There is still no decision on whether the case against the husband of County Executive Maggie Brooks can proceed.
The men charged last month in connection with Monroe County's LDC scandal were back in court Wednesday.
Democratic legislators say the review is flawed and they want it handed over.
Monroe Security and Safety Systems (M3S) is terminating its contract with Navitech, although questions still remain over why.
County Democrats are now questioning the process for hiring a former New York Attorney General in the internal investigation into the county's LDCs.
Defense attorney James Nobles discusses the intent of the AG to drop the charges against his client, the husband of County Executive Maggie Brooks.
The husband of County Executive Maggie Brooks will no longer be facing criminal charges in connection with the state investigation into LDCs.
Monroe County Democrats and Republicans spend Tuesday bantering back and forth about reforming Local Development Corporations.
Democrats called for reforms of local development corporations Tuesday.
The board of one of the local development corporations voted to begin severing ties with a company whose president was arrested last week.
In the wake of arrests of former Monroe County officials, Democratic Minority Leader Carrie Andrews says her delegation knew LDCs were trouble from the start.
Dr. Tim Kneeland from Nazareth College breaks down the LDC investigation and what it means for Monroe County.
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter says she is not surprised by the arrests this week of four people connected to Monroe County local development corporations.
The husband of County Executive Maggie Brooks fired back at the Attorney General's office for his arrest in connection with the LDC investigation.
There are new developments in the investigations that threatens to derail the political career of County Executive Maggie Brooks.
In the wake of several arrests, Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks responds to the state's investigation into the use of LDCs.
As the State Attorney General's office begins to roll out its case against former Monroe County officials, defense attorneys say the charges do not come without some political motivation.
Robert Wiesner is among four who were arrested Wednesday.
More arrests are expected Wednesday in the state investigation of Monroe County's use of local development corporations.
First arrest came this week.