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A cop-turned-lawyer who built his practice on discrimination suits against the NYPD was jailed Tuesday for stiffing a former employee out of a discrimination award she had won against him.
US Bankruptcy Judge Dorothy Eisenberg ordered that Sanders remain jailed on a civil-contempt charge until he pays back the $181,666 with interest still owed to Rocco.
Sanders is presently representing the family of Miriam Carey, the Connecticut woman shot dead by lawmen in Washington, DC, after she tried to ram the White House gates and then led them on a wild chase through the nation’s capital.