Former NYC Councilman Dan Halloran convicted in ‘Corridor of Corruption’ case

FILE: Daniel Halloran, then a New York City

FILE: Daniel Halloran, then a New York City councilman, leaves federal court in White Plains on April 22, 2013. (Credit: Charles Eckert)

A former New York City councilman has been convicted in a federal “Corridor of Corruption” case.

It took a jury less than two hours to find Dan Halloran guilty of five counts of corruption, including bribery and fraud.

He was convicted in a plot to bribe his fellow Republicans to get state Sen. Malcolm Smith on the ballot in the city mayoral race. He was also found guilty of taking payoffs...

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