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An undercover New York Police Department detective was acquitted Tuesday of the most serious charges but convicted of lesser crimes for his role in a highway melee in which motorcyclists pulled an SUV driver out his window and pummeled him in front of his wife and toddler. Detective Wojciech Braszczok and his co-defendant, Robert Sims, had said they believed the driver was fleeing the scene of a crime because he had just struck a biker amid a September 2013 rally. A judge, not a jury, found them not guilty of the top charges of gang assault and first-degree assault but guilty of crimes including second-degree assault, coercion and riot. Sims was also convicted of attempted gang assault and attempted first-degree assault. Braszczok and Sims had faced up to 25 years if convicted of the top charges. Braszczok now faces up to seven and Sims up to 15, but they are expected to receive shorter sentences. Eleven men were indicted in the confrontation, which occurred on Manhattan's West Side Highway. The others pleaded guilty to lesser crimes and face sentences of up to four years.
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