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Despite the hearing, the Nassau County district attorney’s office said Wednesday it remains confident Friedman’s conviction will be upheld.
A Long Island correction officer is facing charges he possessed amphetamines with the intention of selling them.
Jesse Friedman, the former Long Island man who pleaded guilty in a notorious 1980s sex abuse case, alleged Thursday that prosecutors defamed him to look like a “bad guy.”
The unit, known as SET, is coming back after driving while intoxicated arrests dropped sharply after it was eliminated.
A Pennsylvania man was in court Monday, charged with bilking Long Island homeowners out of thousands of dollars for air conditioning work he never performed.
Last month, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice was the first in the state to put the policy into effect and now she is leading the fight for the passage of a state law.
Nassau County, Long Island, has decided to quit using condoms as evidence in prostitution cases.
Investigators went to the 39-year-old’s home after receiving a tip that there was a neglected dog on the property.
Prosecutors said on April 20, 2010, Kayla Gerdes was speeding and high on drugs when she lost control of the van she was driving and drove onto a Hempstead lawn, killing 69-year-old Dr. Rebecca Twine.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice is investigating claims that a supervisor altered a probation officer’s report recommending a parole violation for a man later arrested in a carjacking.
They are said to have preyed on the elderly and those struggling to find affordable housing or a better-paying job.
In her first public comments since a judge threw out a DWI conviction earlier this week, Nassau DA Kathleen Rice told reporters that the problems related to the crime lab have been “a nightmare” and “police errors” are to blame.
A New York judge has thrown out a defendant’s drunken driving conviction amid growing questions over the accuracy of results from the Nassau County crime lab.
The Nassau police crime lab reportedly mismatched reports on blood-alcohol tests in drunken driving cases last fall.