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Carlos Costa

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Danbury Dodge

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Danbury Dodge

100B Federal Road

Danbury, Connecticut,06810

United States

Company Description

Come visit us and test drive a new 2016-2017 or used Chrysler, Jeep, Ram or Dodge! Our Danbury, Connecticut car dealership always has a wide selection & low prices, plus we offer car loans, auto services, & more! ...more

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Danbury Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram | New Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Ram dealership in Danbury, CT 06810

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Carlos Costa
Business Manager ccosta@danburyauto.com 203.730.5737


Gerace & Associates Hartford Lawyer | Criminal Defense | Personal Injury

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Carlos Costa Spared Prison Sentence, Must Perform Community Service City contractor Carlos Costa, the key witness in the corruption trial of former Mayor Eddie A. Perez, pleaded no contest... Read more


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City contractor Carlos Costa, the key witness in the corruption trial of former Mayor Eddie A. Perez, pleaded no contest Thursday to a misdemeanor charge of aiding and abetting coercion and was spared a prison sentence.
In pleading no contest, Costa did not challenge the charges against him, but also didn't admit guilt. As part of his conditional discharge, Costa must perform 100 hours of community service for a charitable or nonprofit organization. Costa, of USA Contractors, had originally been charged with bribery, tampering with evidence and conspiracy. Testifying at Perez's trial in May, Costa said he remodeled Perez's home without expecting to be paid with the intent of getting the mayor's help with a $5.3 million project to reconstruct Park Street, a job mired in problems. "It appeared to me to be the natural thing to do," he told Judge Julia Dewey last month. "I would like to express my sincere remorse." Prosecutors charged that Costa agreed to do the discounted home improvement work in exchange for the mayor's help in holding on to the Park Street contract. Costa and other witnesses testified that Perez assigned Charles Crocini, director of capital projects in the mayor's office, to run interference for Costa and try to settle $1.7 million in claims from Costa for extra payments beyond the contract price, even though public works officials and an expert consultant said that most of the claims lacked merit. Lazu was accused of trading favorable treatment toward Costa for a new driveway at his home. Carlos Costa Spared Prison Sentence, Must Perform Community Service City contractor Carlos Costa, the key witness in the corruption trial of former Mayor Eddie A. Perez, pleaded no contest... Read more


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City contractor Carlos Costa, the key witness in the corruption trial of former Mayor Eddie A. Perez, pleaded no contest Thursday to a misdemeanor charge of aiding and abetting coercion and was spared a prison sentence.
In pleading no contest, Costa did not challenge the charges against him, but also didn't admit guilt.


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Prosecutors had charged that Perez accepted deeply discounted home improvement work from a city contractor, Carlos Costa, in exchange for Perez's help in holding on to a $5.3 million contract to reconstruct Park Street, a job plagued by delays and shoddy work.


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