Thursday, April 7, 2016

Judge Dismisses Case During Trial, Accuses Prosecutor's Office Of Fraud | WWNY TV 7

   In the Big County, prosecutors are allowed to prosecute even though they haven't passed the bar yet. More controversy for Mary Rain.....

Judge Dismisses Case During Trial, Accuses Prosecutor's Office Of Fraud | WWNY TV 7 - News, Weather and Sports for | Local News

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mary Rain is a fraud plain and simple. She is the biggest fraud ever in that office but no one is doing anything about it.. I cannot believe other lawyers have not taken steps to have her removed.
The County Attorney should be asked advice on how to get rid of her .

Anonymous said...

While Mary may be lacking, the idea that this nut case judge would dismiss a case of assault with a knife, because it wasn't labeled "warning this is a knife", is blatantly absurd.

This is the judge that will not permit anyone in St. Lawrence county to have a CWP. Now he says that if you are assaulted with a knife, not only can't you defend yourself with a gun, you can't even have the perpetrator brought to justice, therein letting him do it again.

The judge needs to be taken before the State Judiciary, and be required to pass a simple mental exam. Peoples safety is at risk, and he is getting worse as time goes on. You can't blame this all on sleazy politics, this guy is bad news.

Anonymous said...

At issue is that the DA offered no evidence that a knife the criminal was attempting to stab the victim with, is dangerous. Only in RINO county, where SUNY Potsdam presidents are the norm, can it not be axiomatic, that a knife being used to stab a victim is dangerous.

Anonymous said...

This is the same woman who was relieved of her responsibilities as a public defender. No one should be shocked at her level of incompetence. It will be interesting to see if she and her new First Assistant have to drive to Albany to stand on the carpet in front of the Third Department's ethics committee.

Based on the situation reported by WWNY, she could be suspended from the practice of law for a 6 month period for that little "error" yesterday. Of course she will probably whine and cry about how understaffed she is like she did last time and then make her First Assistant take the fall, again, like last time.