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Unfotunatly I was unable to attend Any court sessions because of personal conflicts that I have had to deal with in the past week So what I was able to do is call the court where most of my classmates went and get an address on the web where I was able to download the exact cases that they viewed Between this and talking to them I was able to Formulate opinions based on this information The first case that I reviewed was People versus Freddy Lambert The prosecutor was Richard Nahas The defending attorney was Robin Nichinsky This case was an appeal to a previous burgalory conviction in the second degree and attempted criminal trespass is the second degree back on June 12 1997 The judge was John Cataldo He was sentenced as a second felony offender to concurrent terms of five years and one year respectively It was a unanimous decision based on the law and facts to be convicted of attempted criminal trespass in the second degree and dismissing that count of the indictment The evidence was legally sufficient to support the defendants conviction of attempted burglary in the second degree The verdict was not against the weight of the evidence The jury rejected the defendants explanation for his conduct They believed that he tried to enter the premises with criminal intent but the evidence was insufficient to support the conviction of criminal trespass in the second degree This was because there was no evidence of an attempt to enter the premises It was decided that the criminal trespass conviction was against the weight of the evidence Since the defendant did not ask the court to look at his past criminal record and take it into consideration there will be no appellate review of this case The second case was the People versus Hector Rodriguez It was held at 862 The People of the State of
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