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Our own David Hammond featured on ABC Nightline

June 21, 2017

Former U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Chelsea Manning is continuing to appeal her court martial for the largest leak of classified information in U.S. history. Nightline’s Special Edition-“Declassified: The Chelsea Manning Story” aired in June 2017. Click here to view a clip of the interview!  

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Chelsea Manning’s Army lawyer quietly begins a new life in Syracuse

May 18, 2017

Syracuse.com published a wonderful article detailing the life and work of our own David Hammond. This article describes his life before the Chelsea Manning case, why he chose to come to Syracuse and what he plans to do now that he is here. To read the article in full click here .  

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ABC News Article About Chelsea Manning Case

May 17, 2017

Strangio noted that while Manning herself has been the key force behind the campaign for her freedom, she was greatly aided by a team who have fought relentlessly, from her court martial attorney, David Coombs, to her appellate team of Nancy Hollander, Vince Ward, and Dave Hammond. Chelsea Manning was released from military prison today …

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Lawyers discuss possible plea for former OCC cashier suspected of stealing more than $100,000

January 31, 2013

Syracuse, NY — The lawyer for a former Onondaga Community College employee suspected of stealing from the school over the past decade was in court today to discuss a possible resolution of the case. Defense lawyer Emil Rossi met with Assistant District Attorney Matthew Dotzler and County Judge Anthony Aloi to discuss the¬†criminal case against …

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Former Raymour & Flanigan accountant admits guilt in theft

January 2, 2013

Syracuse, NY — A former accountant for the Raymour & Flanigan furniture company admitted his guilt today in the theft of more than $126,000 from the company. Anthony J. Caruso Jr., 37, of 4396 Princess Path, Clay, pleaded guilty before County Judge Joseph Fahey to a single felony count of second-degree grand larceny. He admitted …

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Furniture maker’s office manager imprisoned for theft that jeopardized company

July 26, 2012

Syracuse, NY – The former office manager for a wood furniture manufacturer in DeWitt was sentenced today to serve two to six years in state prison for stealing more than $260,000 from the company over six years. Kimberlei A. Senke, 44, of Libby Street, Liverpool, had nothing to say before County Judge Joseph Fahey imposed …

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Former Cicero hotel manager sentenced for thievery

July 16, 2012

Syracuse, NY – The former manager of a Cicero hotel was sentenced today to five years’ probation for stealing more than $50,000 from her employer. Cathaline Aylmer, 40, of Utica, had nothing to say before Onondaga County Judge Joseph Fahey imposed the probationary sentence agreed to when Aylmer pleaded guilty May 11 to a felony …

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Former Cicero hotel manager admits stealing more than $50,000 on the job

May 11, 2012

Syracuse, NY – The former manager of a Cicero hotel admitted in court today to stealing more than $50,000 from her employer over a period of two months in 2010. Cathaline Aylmer, 40, of Utica, pleaded guilty before Onondaga County Judge Joseph Fahey to a single felony count of second-degree grand larceny. She admitted stealing …

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DiNapoli: Syracuse Woman Sentenced for Stealing from the New York State Retirement System

April 13, 2012

Syracuse resident Kathleen Prince was sentenced today in Onondaga County Court for stealing more than $29,000 from the New York State and Local Retirement System (NYSLRS), marking the end of a joint investigation by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Onondaga County District Attorney William J. Fitzpatrick. Prince, who was arrested in September 2011, pleaded …

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DeWitt man sent to state prison for home improvement scam

March 20, 2012

Syracuse, NY – A DeWitt man was sentenced today to two to four years in state prison for ripping off local senior citizens in a door-to-door home-improvement and yardwork scam. Vincent Brush confessed to being ashamed of himself as he stood before Onondaga County Judge Anthony Aloi. The judge said Brush should be ashamed for …

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