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Bid to set aside corruption convictions of 2 New York politicians denied

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NEW YORK — A federal judge has denied motions to set aside the convictions of two Yonkers politicians in a 2012 corruption trial. Former City Councilwoman Sandy Annabi was convicted of accepting nearly $200,000 to change her vote on real estate deals. Prosecutors said her co-defendant, former Yonkers Republican Party Chairman Zerhy Jereis (JEHR'-ihs), worked with developers to control...

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