In November, Michael Korchak, a longtime prosecutor, was elected Broome County’s district attorney, defeating Libertarian Party candidate Debra Gelson in a race that went to a runoff. The district attorney’s office focuses on making the community safer through the aggressive and fair pursuit of criminal activity. They do this by following a philosophy of principled professionalism and by using compassion and punishment where necessary.
The Broome County District Attorney’s Office has two types of criminal cases.
The first is a traffic ticket. If you are facing a traffic violation, you have two options. You can ask the Broome County District Attorney’s office to dismiss the charge. To get a dismissal, you must file a motion at least two weeks before the trial date. You must submit a copy of your ticket and trial notice with your request. If you do not request a dismissal, you will most likely have to go to trial.
The second option is a trial. You must request a trial a week before the trial date. You can do this by sending a copy of the ticket and trial notice to the Broome County DA’s office. If the DA decides to dismiss the case, you will have to go to trial and be prepared to fight it. However, if you win, the DA’s office may consider dismissing the case.
The third option is to ask the Broome County District Attorney’s office to dismiss your traffic charge.
You can ask for a trial deferral by filing a request two weeks before the trial date. To make this request, you must provide the DA with a copy of the ticket, trial notice, and any other documentation that will be useful for the case. In this case, you will most likely be denied and will have to attend the trial.
If you have a traffic ticket, you can ask the Broome County District Attorney’s office to dismiss the case. Typically, you will need to file a request two weeks before the trial date to ensure that you have time to attend the trial. If you have the time to prepare for the trial, you can also opt for an appeal. A final appeal may require you to attend the trial, but if you have a prior commitment, you can ask for an extension.
The next Broome County DA will be Michael A. Korchak.
He served as the Broome County district attorney for 10 years, before becoming a judge in 1981. He rose to become a Supreme Court Judge in 1989, but it was unclear whether he would seek this position because of his previous involvement in a criminal case. It is not, however, necessary to have a criminal record to serve as a District Attorney.
There are four assistant district attorneys in the Broome County DA’s office. The DA’s office has five assistants, who are each responsible for a specific area of law. For example, the Broome County DA will have a vice-president. This vice-presidential nominee is an attorney with more than a decade of experience in the field of criminal law. In addition to being a district attorney, she is also responsible for the prosecution of various crimes.
Despite his experience, he is not new to law.
His role in Broome County is the same as in many districts in the city. In addition to being a district attorney, he is also the chief of the office’s Drug Crimes Bureau. In the Broome County DA’s office, he has been a prosecutor for 17 years and is currently the head of the town’s judicial affairs department.
In addition to his role as DA, Patrick Monserrate, a longtime prosecutor, was elected as the district attorney of Broome County. In 1981, he was elected as a judge of Broome County Court and was later elevated to the state Supreme Court. In a recent interview with the DA, he was described as “a great person who worked hard and played hard.” It is a great honor to work with a dedicated public servant.