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FBI looks for woman ‘infatuated’ with Columbine shooting FoxReno.comLITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — Authorities said Tuesday that they are looking for a young woman who is “infatuated” with the 1999 shooting at Columbine High …
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The stolen materials include names, jobs, email addresses, and for some, street addresses, of over 23,000 people, 1,000 of which are in law enforcement. A nonprofit organization affiliated with the FBI was breached last week when hackers got into multiple web servers and published the names and addresses of hundreds of law enforcement personnel and thousands of others.
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CLOSE Since the Columbine High School shooting, survivors – now parents – have been navigating their trauma and parenting through a continuous stream of school shootings that have left dozens killed.
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The bug in Mueller’s report to be released Thursday is that he accepts that the Russian government interfered in the election. Trump should challenge that, says VIPS. MEMORANDUM FOR: The President
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Attorney General William P. Barr, center, is seen outside the Department of Justice on April 16, 2019. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images) The House Judiciary Committee is expected to subpoena the Justice Department for special counsel Robert S.
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FBI searching for woman accused of threatening Columbine High School April 16, 2019 / 7:18 PM / CBS News Police say woman caused school lockouts Twenty schools in Jefferson County, Colorado, were placed on lockdown Tuesday as the FBI searched for a woman they said is “armed and extremely dangerous.” The lockdown, which mean the doors were locked but classes went on, happened just days before the 20th anniversary of the shooting at Jefferson County’s Columbine High School, which left 12 students and one teacher dead in addition to the two shooters.
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Then-acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker collects his papers as the House Judiciary Committee takes a temporary adjournment from his February 2019 testimony. Then-acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker collects his papers as the House Judiciary Committee takes a temporary adjournment from his February 2019 testimony.
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Twitter Search / NYDailyNews: Prosecutors may seek up to 10 months in jail for actress Felicity Huffman Huffman said last week in a statement that she accepts guilt ‘with deep regret and shame over what I have done’ and ‘will accept the consequences that stem from those actions.’ https://trib.al/Ek3GaGl

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Brooklyn Eagle: Criminal Bar Association brings criminal justice community together at annual dinner

More than 300 members of the Brooklyn criminal justice community got together for the annual Kings County Criminal Bar Association dinner at Giando on the Water in Williamsburg on Saturday.

The black-tie optional event is jokingly referred to as the Academy Awards for criminal justice practitioners in Brooklyn, but it does inspire some of the top attorneys, judges, court employees, prosecutors and Legal Aid attorneys to don their fanciest outfits in a celebration of each other.

Hon. William Miller (left) and Christopher Wright (right) present Hon. Joseph Gubbay with the Gustin L. Reichbach Judicial Recognition Award. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
Hon. William Miller (left) and Christopher Wright (right) present Hon. Joseph Gubbay with the Gustin L. Reichbach Judicial Recognition Award. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
Honoree Gregory S. Watts with Hon. Wavny Toussaint (left) and Hon. Ruth Shillingford (right), president of the Judicial Friends Association. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
Honoree Gregory S. Watts with Hon. Wavny Toussaint (left) and Hon. Ruth Shillingford (right), president of the Judicial Friends Association. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

At this year’s event Justice Joseph E. Gubbay was given the Gustin L. Reichbach Judicial Recognition Award, Denise Perez got the Non-Judicial Court Employee Award, David Z. Klestzick got the Robert N. Kaye Memorial Award and Gregory S. Watts got the Person of the Year Award.

“Based on the anticipated length of this program, the waiters have been instructed to take breakfast orders,” joked past president Hon. Barry Kamins, who gave welcoming remarks as he does every year.

Christopher Wright (left) and Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez (right) presented David Z. Klestzick with the Robert N. Kaye Memorial Award. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
Christopher Wright (left) and Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez (right) presented David Z. Klestzick with the Robert N. Kaye Memorial Award. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

Current President Christopher Wright, who was installed as leader of the group in January, also presented a plaque to Michael Cibella, the immediate past president.

Wright also recognized three retiring judges — Hon. Martin P. Murphy, Hon. Michael Gary and Hon. William Miller.

From left: Jay Schwitzman, KCCBA President Christopher Wright, Paul Hirsch, immediate past president Michael Cibella and Michael Farkas. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
From left: Jay Schwitzman, KCCBA President Christopher Wright, Paul Hirsch, immediate past president Michael Cibella and Michael Farkas. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

“Judge Murphy, who first started as a Legal Aid attorney and became a judge in 1997; Judge Michael Gary, who started as a district attorney and was appointed by Mayor Koch in 1987, and Judge William Miller,” Wright said, “have all been great judges who have been great for Brooklyn. Thank you to all three of those wonderful judges for everything they’ve done.”

Before he introduced the award-winners, Wright took an opportunity to praise recent criminal justice reforms passed by the New York state legislature. He also pointed out that many of those same reforms had already been implemented in Brooklyn by District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, who was in attendance flanked by his top advisors including Maritza Mejia-Ming, Joe Alexis and Miss Gregory.

From left: Teresa Fabi, David Chidekel, president of the Brooklyn Bar Association, and Hon. William Miller. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
From left: Teresa Fabi, David Chidekel, president of the Brooklyn Bar Association, and Hon. William Miller. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

“We’re lucky here in Brooklyn that the rest of the state has finally followed our lead with open file discovery,” Wright said. “They’re taking a much more generous and thoughtful look at non-violent crime. Frankly, that has been the protocol here in Kings County for my 20 years as a practitioner. We have the distinct honor of having Eric Gonzalez who has implemented those policies that the New York state legislature has finally done.”

Judge Gubbay helped to establish the Misdemeanor Treatment Court in Brooklyn and also presided over the first Brooklyn Adolescent Diversion Program. He currently sits on the Brooklyn Treatment Court which became a national model after it was established in 1996 for providing alternatives to incarceration for non-violent offenders and veterans.

From left: Hon. Michael Yavinsky, Hon. Barry Kamins, Hon. Dineen Riviezzo and Hon. Miriam Cyrulnik. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
From left: Hon. Michael Yavinsky, Hon. Barry Kamins, Hon. Dineen Riviezzo and Hon. Miriam Cyrulnik. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

Perez works in the Criminal Court as the deputy chief clerk in the arraignments part and has served as the night court coordinator for the past two years.

“Denise handles her difficult and demanding job with grace, wit and aplomb,” Wright said. “It explains the universal respect and affection she has from all who work at the Criminal Court.”

Felix Perez and Denise Perez. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
Felix Perez and Denise Perez. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

Klestzic, who has worked at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office for 23 years, is the deputy chief of the trial division. In this duty, he oversees the five bureaus from the trial division including the Hate Crimes Bureau, the Grand Jury Bureau and the Early Case Assessment Bureau. He is also in charge of training newly hired ADAs and NYPD officers.

From left: Iliana Santiago, Hon. Margarita Lopez Torres, Hon. Sharen D. Hudson, Hon. Patria Frias-Colon, Hon. Christopher Robles, Hon. Joanne Quiñones, Hon. Claudia Daniels DePeyster and Hon. Edwin Novillo. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
From left: Iliana Santiago, Hon. Margarita Lopez Torres, Hon. Sharen D. Hudson, Hon. Patria Frias-Colon, Hon. Christopher Robles, Hon. Joanne Quiñones, Hon. Claudia Daniels DePeyster and Hon. Edwin Novillo. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

Watts, an immigrant from Guyana, grew up in Bedford-Stuyvesant and started his career working in juvenile centers. He went on to Antioch School of Law where he interned with the Government Accountability Project, representing whistleblowers who exposed corruption, before he opened his private practice in Brooklyn.

From left: Hon. Anne Swern, Cary London and Lisa Schreibersdorf, executive director of Brooklyn Defender Services. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo
From left: Hon. Anne Swern, Cary London and Lisa Schreibersdorf, executive director of Brooklyn Defender Services. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo

“Gregory has dedicated his legal career to the zealous defense of the accused with uncompromised and forthright passion,” Wright said. “Gregory is a truly remarkable and gifted trial attorney who routinely persuades juries across our city to say those most elusive of words, ‘not guilty.’”

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