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Case sent back to lower court on identification issue

Judge must decide if ID was ‘merely confirmatory’

The Fourth Department has sent a case back to the lower court for a ruling on whether or not an identification procedure that led to a criminal conviction falls under the confirmatory identification exception in New York’s Criminal Procedure Law. Joseph J. Gambale, 65, was convicted of first-degree robbery in September 2013 and sentenced by Monroe ...

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