Gabrielle Fonrouge, Kevin Fasick and Natalie Musumeci report:
A court-appointed lawyer left documents containing the names and addresses of child-abuse victims — and even explicit details about their cases — to be scattered along a busy Midtown street, The Post has learned.
The alleged breach of confidentiality involved 13 city and state case files that detailed juvenile-delinquency and custody cases, too.
The records came from the nearby office of state-appointed lawyer Robert F. Himmelman, who litigated the cases.
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