- Former world No4 was handcuffed outside hotel on way to US Open in 2015
- Officer James Frascatore was placed on desk duty and had prior complaints
- Even Blake might never learn the details of any punishment due to state law
The internal disciplinary trial of a police officer who tackled retired pro tennis player James Blake and slammed him to the ground in a mistaken arrest concluded Tuesday, but the public and even Blake aren’t entitled to the details of any possible punishment.
Officers’ disciplinary records are secret under New York state law, city officials say. Blake said he expects to be told the outcome by the police watchdog group that brought the case, but it’s not a right.