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Appellate court cuts sentence for convicted Monroe County killer

The lawyer for a convicted killer who won a reduced sentence for his client from the Appellate Division, now will take the case to the New York State Court of Appeals. In a decision released Friday, the Fourth Department panel ...

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New trial granted by Appellate Division because of ‘pervasive prosecutorial misconduct’

In a move that one expert called “extraordinary,” an appeals court has granted a new trial in a 2009 Monroe County attempted rape case, citing “pervasive prosecutorial misconduct” during the summation. Appointed defense lawyer James Hinman objected to only one ...

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Fourth Department – Criminal Possession of a Weapon: People v Kelly

New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Fourth Judicial Department Criminal Possession of a Weapon Sufficiency of Evidence – Constructive Possession People v. Kelly KA 12-00249 Appealed from Monroe County Court Background: The defendant appealed from a conviction of criminal ...

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