Sullivan Brill's Client charged with Looting in Coney Island has case dismissed by Grand Jury

Posted by Joseph F. Sullivan | Nov 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The SullivanBrill criminal lawyers are thrilled to announce that the case against their client for looting in Coney Island the day after Hurricane Sandy was dismissed by a Brooklyn Grand Jury. Last week, SullivanBrill's client exercised his right to testify in a New York State Grand Jury so he could explain to the grand jurors that he was innocent of looting. Despite cross examination from the Brooklyn DA's office, SullivanBrill's client was able to persuade the grand jurors of his innocence and provide them with his side of the story. Each of the 12 counts charged against the client were dismissed.

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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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