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1142
KA 19-00500

PEOPLE
    V
JOSEPH PUGLISI

Grand Larceny

     DEBORAH K. JESSEY SUB
     MICHAEL J. HILLERY SUB

1143
KA 21-00021

PEOPLE
    V
BRADLY C. LUND

Sex Offender Registration Act

     ALLYSON L. KEHL-WIERZBOWSKI SUB
     ROBERT J. SHOEMAKER SUB

1144
KA 19-01377

PEOPLE
    V
STEVEN FARRELL

Criminal Contempt

     NICHOLAS P. DIFONZO SUB
     MICHAEL J. HILLERY SUB

1145
KA 19-00698

PEOPLE
    V
ELUID MANSO

Attempted Criminal Sale Controlled Substance

     NICHOLAS P. DIFONZO SUB
     MICHAEL J. HILLERY SUB

1146
KA 19-02253

PEOPLE
    V
KYLE KILGORE

Criminal Sexual Act

     NATHANIEL V. RILEY 10
     BRADLEY W. OASTLER 10

1147
KA 16-01494

PEOPLE
    V
JEROME L. PHILLIPS

Murder

     GARY MULDOON 15
     SCOTT MYLES 15

1148
KA 18-00927

PEOPLE
    V
THOMAS P. PERDUE

Assault

     KATHLEEN P. REARDON 10
     DANIEL GROSS 10

1149
KA 18-01267

PEOPLE
    V
ANTHONY SPENCER, JR.

Gang Assault

     JOHN J. MORRISSEY 10
     ROBERT J. SHOEMAKER 10

1150
KA 18-01673

PEOPLE
    V
CLIFTON STITH

Criminal Possession Controlled Substance

     SARA A. GOLDFARB 10
     JESSICA N. CARBONE 10

1151
KA 19-01736

PEOPLE
    V
TYRIK STYLES

Attempted Promoting Prison Contraband

     IRA M. PESSERILO 15
     JOSHUA J. TONRA 5

1152
CAF 21-00082

IN THE MATTER OF
NICHOLAS B.

Terminate Parental Rights

     BENJAMIN L. NELSON 5
     CAROL LYNN EISENMAN 5
     MAUREEN POLEN 5

1153
CAF 20-01177

ANTHONY BURNETT, SR.
    V
GABRIELLE SMITH

Custody

     PAUL B. WATKINS 10
     CHARU NARANG SUB
     ELIZABETH deV. MOELLER 10

1154
CA 20-01293

KYSEAN STROUD
    V
ALIX HOMES, LLC

Summary Judgment

     ANNE M. WHEELER 15
     KEVIN KRUPPA 15

1155
CA 21-00710

DAVID IMPELLIZZERI
    V
STATE OF NEW YORK

Summary Judgment

     JOSEPH S. COTE, III SUB
     JONATHAN D. HITSOUS 10

1156
CA 20-01665

SYRACUSE SECURITIES INC.
    V
HOMESTEAD FUNDING CORP.

Summary Judgment

     JOHN CHERUNDOLO 15
     RICHARD CLARK MILLER, JR. 15

1157
CA 21-00412

JEFFREY E. ALLINGTON
    V
TEMPLETON FOUNDATION

Summary Judgment

     JOSEPH A. WILSON 15
     JARED K. COOK 15

1158
CA 21-00582

JEFFREY E. ALLINGTON
    V
TEMPLETON FOUNDATION

Summary Judgment

TO BE ARGUED WITH #1157

1159
CA 21-00756

LISA ELIBOL
    V
STATE OF NEW YORK

Notice of Claim

     RICHARD P. AMICO 15
     OWEN DEMUTH 10

1160
CA 21-00086

MARCIA L. GOW
    V
DENNIS D. GALENSKI

Summary Judgment

SETTLED

1161
CA 21-00006

JAMALAH S. DUBAISHI
    V
BRINNA K. TAYLOR

Summary Judgment

     BETSY F. VISCO 10
     ANDREW CONNELLY 10

1162
CA 21-00069

EDWARD MITCHELL
    V
ANTHONY ANNUCCI

CPLR art 78

     ANDREW STECKER 10

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