NEW YORK CITY — An aide to New York Gov. David A. Paterson surrendered Thursday to New York City authorities on assault charges stemming from a 2009 domestic violence case that touched off an evidence-tampering investigation in Albany.
Appellate Division, Fourth Department Domestic Violence Expert Testimony People v. Milczakowskyj KA 08-01383 Appealed from Cayuga County Court Background: The defendant was charged with second-degree assault and second-degree harassment involving two incidents of domestic violence with his girlfriend. He was convicted of the first incident, in which he punched the victim and broke two of […[...]
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