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Details come to light after bar patron was assulted.”
In a trial – should the case go to trial – Daniels might ask O’Shei why he did not reveal at Basil’s felony hearing that he had been in the vicinity of the recording equipment, Saraceno said.
“The defense lawyer is going to compare all of those earlier testimonies to try and find inconsistencies,” Saraceno said. “And when you can find inconsistencies, you can begin to discredit people.”
Lawyer for Porn Actress in stabbing death case, “My client is not guilty.”
An adult film-star charged with stabbing her live-in boyfriend to death is scheduled to go to trial January 6th, 2014. Jennifer Marchant is well known in the Buffalo, New York area for making adult internet videos under the name “Scarlett Rouge.”
Jennifer Marchant, represented by Buffalo, New York criminal defense attorney Dominic Saraceno, claims that she stabbed her boyfriend, Ralph Stone, in self-defense.“This is a classic case of self-defense,” Saraceno said.
Man Gets 5 years probation in sons death
NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WIVB) - A Niagara County father held back tears as a judge sentenced him for negligence in the death of his 3-year-old son.
Dane Stofle died when a TV fell off a dresser and on top of him at his family's home in North Tonawanda. Prosecutors had charged 24-year-old Zachary Stofle with locking his son in the boy's room, so the father wouldn't be disturbed while he slept. Stofle found the child dead the next morning.
Rape suspect acquitted on all Felony Charges
A Niagara Falls man charged with rape was acquitted on all felony charges Monday after a weeklong trial in Niagara County Court.
Shayquan Williams, 34, of 24th Street, was accused of raping a woman in her Niagara Falls home Nov. 9. He had been charged with two counts of first-degree rape and single counts of first-degree criminal sexual act, first-degree sexual abuse, unlawful possession of marijuana, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and three counts of endangering the welfare of a child.Read More
Charges Scubbed in injury to jail guard
LOCKPORT – Ramone D. Walker of Lockport will not be prosecuted further in connection with an incident that inflicted career-ending injuries on a Niagara County corrections officer.
Defense attorney Dominic Saraceno said he learned that a county grand jury earlier this month refused to indict Walker, 37, after two previous indictments had been dismissed by County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III.