Criminal Lawyers at SullivanBrill retained on Looting Case in Brooklyn

Posted by Joseph F. Sullivan | Nov 07, 2012 | 0 Comments

A 19 year old life long resident of Coney Island in Brooklyn was arrested and charged with Burglary and other related charges when a NYPD officer claims to have seen him coming out of a fruit stand that was severely damaged as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Nothing found on him was connected to the fruit stand and no one observed the new client stealing or damaging any property inside or outside the store. The Kings County DA's Office requested an exhorbitant bail - $100,000 - clearly sending a political message that the DA's office is tough on looting matters. However, the lack of evidence may get in the way of their political agenda on this case.

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Joseph F. Sullivan

Born in Jamaica, Queens to working class parents, Joseph Sullivan became the second member of his family to attend college and the first to obtain an advanced degree. He graduated cum laude from Temple University School of Law. While there, he was a writer and editor of the Temple Law Review. ...


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