Morgan Stanley Executive in Stab Case Faces Tested Bias LawThom Weidlich and John Dillon
The Morgan Stanley executive accused of assaulting a New York cab driver is charged with violating a Connecticut hate-crime law that has been used to convict one man for uttering a racial epithet and another for shouting a gay slur while threatening to set a man on fire.
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