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Don Murray
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New York City Criminal Defense Attorney
New York City Criminal Defense Attorney

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Launched updated Desk Appearance Ticket information site today.  Check it out at www.desk-appearance-ticket.com.  New adaptive site magically transforms to size of screen.  Have a look at it on a phone and see the cool little overlay at the bottom providing quick links to email, phone, map and such.  Updated the content a bit too, fixed some broken links...
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Always thought it would be fun to respond like this to a silly plea offer from the Government:
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Here is a link to an article with some thoughts about a recent experience I had with a robbery case where we were able to show my client's actual innocence in the face of an eyewitness identification.  Prosecutor dismissed case.
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Strange choice by prosecutors even to bring this case from what I know of it at least. Driving under the influence of Ambien? Really? Their theory was she took a sleeping pill on purpose before driving? I'm surprised then that they didn't charge her with attempted suicide. Unless there was something about case which hasn't made it public, which is doubtful, the person responsible for the decision to pursue the case owes an explanation to the community for devoting substantial government resources to such a case, not to mention requiring community members to entertain the case as jurors. Misdemeanor cases are almost never, ever tried to a jury in Westchester. Funny that USA today article writes that the defense had the choice to try the case to a judge. Why on earth would that choice have been made? We have a jury system for a reason. The more interesting question is why is it that all misdemeanor cases that are tried in Westchester are not jury trials.
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Updated look to website with focus on misdemeanor cases in NewYork City. Just went live yesterday.
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