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Dawn on the Oklahoma Training Track), Saratoga Springs, New York, 1963
Dawn on the Oklahoma Training Track, Saratoga Springs 1963
Toni Frissell, Photographer


  1. Leo
    1. Introduction 2013aug
    2. Empire State College Christopher Leo '08 Graduation Year: 2008 Degree: BS Major: Soc Theory Struc & Change Graduation Center: Hudson Valley Center Profile: Lobbyist for New York State Public Employees Federation Cornell Labor Studies Certificate in 2012.
    3. Linkedin Christopher Leo Government Affairs- NYS Public Employees Federation Albany, New York Area Government Relations Current Government Affairs NYS Public Employees Federation Past Statewide Legislative Director at New York State Correction Officers Police Benevolent Assoc. NYSCOPBA Correction Supervisor at NYS Department of Correctional Services political and public affairs Twenty-five years of state government service Statewide Legislative Director New York State Correction Officers Police Benevolent Assoc. NYSCOPBA April 1999 - 2011 (12 years) Correction Supervisor NYS Department of Correctional Services Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Law Enforcement industry January 1982 - April 1999 (17 years 4 months) Corporate Trainer Train-the-Trainer- MPTC certified Trainer (Multiple subjects)
    4. Address
      1. Introduction We don't know Leo's address. Perhaps the links below can help you investigate.
      2. Albany Chris Leo 10 Tremont Dr [not 10 Tremont Street] Albany, NY 12205 (518) 862-9851 [ City: Colonie State: NY County: Albany Carrier: Verizon New York, Inc. Type: Landline]
      3. Accord and others
        1. Christopher J Leo 48 in 2013 Lagrangeville, NY [Lagrangeville: west of route 55, southeast of Poughkeepsie in zip code 12540] Known also: Chris Leo Christophe Leo Christopher John Leo Christoph J Leo Lived in: Lagrangeville, NY Kerhonkson, NY Accord, NY Kingston, NY Ossining, NY Elizaville, NY Poughkeepsie, NY Bronx, NY Olivebridge, NY New York, NY Related to Christopher Leo Christopher Leo, 48 Christopher Leo Addresses & Phones 26 Thornwood, Accord, NY 12404 [Ulster County]
          1. (845) 626-1219 [ Kerhonkson State: NY County: Ulster Carrier: Verizon New York, Inc. Type: Landline]
          2. (845) 626-1257 [ Linda M. Leo (845) 626-1257 26 Thornwood Ln Accord, NY 12404 Carrier: Landline from Verizon New York, Inc.]
          [The person described by Radaris above is not necessarily the person described by Radaris below. For example, the Accord address Leo is not necessarily the Conell education Leo.]
        2. Spokeo 26 Thornwood Ln, Accord, NY Residents Ages: 23-54 a few present or past residents C Leo L Leo .... Male: 2 Ethnicity:Caucasian Female:3 Home Value: $223k Sqft:1,568 Beds:3 Pets:Yes Lot:117,612 Baths:2 Year Built:2002
        3. MyLife [We think, perhaps wrongly, that the Leo is the same person as the Leo.] Christopher Leo, 48 Accord, NY Places Lived Accord, NY Rochester, NY Phone(845) 626-XXXX Christopher J Leo born in 1965 lives in Accord, New York Kerhonkson, NY from 2004-2011 Christopher J Leo is related to Jennifer Leo, who is 37 years old and lives in Elizaville, NY. Christopher J Leo is also related to Jennifer Leo, who is 37 years old and lives in Poughkeepsie, NY.
  2. state LEGISLATURE
    1. New York State Pistol Permits
      1. Albany Times Union
        17 March 2011
        article about legislators with permits
        "Armed, and representing
        ... state lawmakers have gun permits"
        By Rick Karlin, Capitol bureau
        Albany Times Union
        August 9, 2010
        The article mentions some legislators.
        Eric Adams
        Brooklyn Democrat and retired police officer
        North Country Sen. Darrel Aubertine
        Sen. Marty Golden
        Brooklyn Republican.
        Assembly Democrat Aileen Gunther
        nurse who has a hunting camp and a shooting range
        Republican Assemblyman Joel Miller of Poughkeepsie
        Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino
        Republican gubernatorial candidate
        not a legislator
        GOP Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward, Willsboro
    2. CNY
      1. Introduction
        18 March 2011
        "Who's packing heat?
        NY gun data goes public"
        by Jim Kenyon
        Chief Investigative Reporter
        CNY Central
      2. Pistol Permittee Central New York State Senator John DeFrancisco

    BKLYN NY 11228.


    Occupation SPECIAL ASST.

    Political campaign contribution to Republican Dennis Gallagher, 2003, $25 check

    GERARD J [Joseph?] KASSAR, 927 80TH ST, BROOKLYN NY 11228, (718) 748-2488


    NYS Senate chamber
    state capitol building, Albany, NY

    Carol M. Highsmith, photographer

    source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, USA



  5. Maltese

    Office of senator Serphin R. MALTESE

    1. CACIOPPO, LAUREN. CHIEF OF STAFF in Queens office at least.
      March 2004
      LAUREN M. CACIOPPO, 5831 83rd Pl, Middle Village NY 11379-5414.

      She contributes generously to political recipients. When the contributions are disclosed for her home address, her zip code is "11373" and the city is almost always "Elmhurst". The truth is that her home address (5831 83rd Pl) is not in 11373 or Elmhurst. Her home address is in Middle Village 11379. Her Queens office is at 7104 Myrtle Ave, Glendale NY 11385-7254.

    2. CARRIGAN, RAY. QUEENS, NY, employed by Maltese at 71-05 MYRTLE AVENUE, QUEENS, NY, as OFFICE assistant. Info accuate as of early 2002.

    3. Justin M. DiSanzo, 2006 March 5

      Justin DiSanzo, an aide to State Senator Serphin Maltese.
      Queens county Republican party spokesman Justin DiSanzo

      DISANZO, JUSTIN M; 57-49 64th STREET (near Flushing Avenue and Mount Olivet Cemetery); MASPETH, NY 11378-2822; 50.00, 08-APR-05, 2005, COMO FOR ASSEMBLY (possibly Queens Assistant District Attorney Anthony Como, who previously worked on the senator's staff. COMO FOR ASSEMBLY, P.O. BOX 754151, FOREST HILLS, NY 11375), 10 Pre Special A, Member of Assembly, 28, N/A.

      Someone named "JUSTIN DISANZO" may have lived on 11TH ST. (near 4th Avenue), Manhattan, NEW YORK city, NY 10003.


      March 2004
      AIDE in Queens office; lives in Queens, NY. Info accuare as of early 2003.

    5. 14 March 2004, Serphin R. Maltese, state senator from Queens, former elector in electoral college, boss of the Republican party of Queens. Although Maltese's senatorial district (district 15, in Queens) has more Democrats than Republicans, Manton (boss of the Queens Democratic party) does not run a candidate against Maltese. In the November 2004 general election, according to the New York State Board of Elections, Maltese got votes as a Republican (19,261 votes), Conservative (2,388 votes), and Independence (1,939 votes) candidate; Green candidate Dorothy Williams-Pereira got 839 votes; and Working Family candidate Pamela A. Peters got 595 votes.
      Manton, boss of the Queens Democratic party, was a cop. Maltese, boss of the Queens Republican party, was a prosecutor.
      Maltese was born in Corona, New York, on 7 December 1932. He married the former Constance Mary DelVecchio. His state senate web page says that he lives in Middle Village.

      6016 74th St, Middle Village NY 11379-5218, (718) 672-1410

      The district is shown in detail in a gray map with ethnic statistics from the NYS Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment. Of people at least 18 years old in his district, most are non-Hispanic white, and most of the rest are Hispanic.

      He contributes to political recipients. When the contributions are disclosed for his Middle Village home address (6016 74th St), his zip code is "11373" and the city is either "Elmhurst" or "Queens". The truth is that his Queens home address is not in 11373 or Elmhurst. His Queens home address is in Middle Village 11379. His Queens office is at 7104 Myrtle Ave, Glendale NY 11385-7254.

      employed at 71-04 MYRTLE AVENUE, GLENDALE, NY. Info accurate as of early 2002.
    7. Victoria Vattimo, 2006 March 5

      Victoria Vattimo, work phone (518) 455-3281. Maltese spokeswoman Victoria Vattimo.

      She ran the 5th Annual Altamont 5K (at Altamont, Albany county, NY) on August 24, 2002: place 231 (she came in 231st), Victoria Vattimo, age 41 (41 on 24 August 2002), sex F, lives in Altamont NY, time to run 5k was 37:57, pace (number of minutes per mile?) 12:15.

      VICTORIA A. VATTIMO, Born Nov 1960, 184 MAPLE AVE (near Western Avenue and railroad tracks, Recorded 03/11/2004), ALTAMONT, Albany county, NY 12009-6118. (518) 861-7082

      VICTORIA A VATTIMO, Born Nov 1960, nn WHIPPLE WAY (Recorded 04/15/2001), ALTAMONT, Albany county, NY 12009. (518) 861-7082.

    8. Some people who have worked for senator Maltese before 2002 (but do not necessarily work for him now) are:
      BENESTATE, ANNA (rep); COMO, JOSEPH (Queens Assistant District Attorney Anthony Como. COMO FOR ASSEMBLY, P.O. BOX 754151, FOREST HILLS, NY 11375); FABRIZI, PAUL (aide, assistant, comm relations); GALLAGHER, DENNIS (formerly an admin asst, now on NY city council); JIMENEZ, MAJORIE (home in Rego Park, Queens; aide, community relations, rep); MULLER, WILLIAM (aide); PETERSON, KIM (home in South Ozone Park, Queens; aide); SCIORTINO, VINCENZA (retired); SCURTINO, MARIA (comm relations); THOMAS V. OGNIBENE (later on NY city council).
  6. Office of Anthony S. Seminerio
    1. Seminerio

      1. Introduction

        19 March 2004, Anthony S. Seminerio, a Democrat. Fat and bald. Born 15 February 1935. He was a correctional officer, then an officer of a C.O. union, then a politician. He resigned from the state assembly. Former assemblyman Seminerio and his wife, born Catherine McCormick, have three children: John, attorney Anna (judicial candidate nominated by Democaratic and Republican parties), and Mabel. They live in the South Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens. His name occasionally is misspelled.

      2. Address

        ANTHONY SEMINERIO, 61363-054, 74-White-M, 05-29-2015, BUTNER LOW FCI (Butner Federal Correctional Complex in Butner, North Carolina), 21 October 2010.

        ANTHONY S. SEMINERIO, 10956 111TH ST, SOUTH OZONE PARK, Queens, NY 11420.

        SEMINERIO, ANTHONY, may have had a 1997 realty transaction with 106-09 ROCKAWAY OWNERS CORP involving QUEENS block 11473, lot 14: SEMINERIO, ANTHONY 109-56 111 ST, SO OZONE PARK NY.

        He may have had a 1993 realty transaction with NORTH SIDE SAVS BANK about QUEENS block 11477, lot 3, 109-56 111 STREET.

        He may have owed in about 1985 to RICHMOND HILL SAVINGS BK regarding QUEENS block 11477, lot 3, 109-56 111 STREET.

      3. ANTHONY S SEMINERIO born 1935-02-15 may have lived in South Ozone Park NY 11420
      4. Contribution

        As far as we know, it seems reasonable to suppose that people contributed money to FoS (Friends of Seminerio) fund-raising committee because the contributors wanted to help Seimerio, who is a Democrat, get elected and re-elected. Was it ethical and legal for the committee to pay the money to a Republican's (Dennis Gallagher's) fund-raising committee? FoS does not have unlimited discretion in how it disburses money. Has FoS filed a written statement, with a government agency, of FoS's purpose? Does the stated purpose include helping to elect Queens Republicans?

        The two candidates involved in the contribution (one candidate for state assembly, one for city council) have districts which overlap much. The Democrat whose committee paid the money, and the Republican whose committee got the money, both won.

        contributor FRIENDS OF SEMINERIO. QUEENS NY 11418. political campaign contribution to a Republican candidate in an election for NY city council, 2002, $125 check.

      5. Litigation
        1. Federal Civil Case: Parkway Hospital Plaintiff Aquino et al v. Seminerio et al Plaintiffs: Robert Aquino and The Parkway Hospital, Inc. Defendants: Anthony Seminerio, David Rosen and Jamaica Hospital Case Number: 1:2009cv07181 Filed: August 14, 2009 Court: New York Southern District Court, Foley Square Office County: Queens Presiding Judge: Judge Lewis A. Kaplan Nature of Suit: Other Statutes - Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Cause: 18:1962 Racketeering (RICO) Act Jurisdiction: Federal Question Rosen is CEO of Jamaica Hospital. Jamaica Hospital is part of MediSys. We have an article about MediSys. There supposedly is an audio recording of Seminerio frankly talking to Rosen.
        2. Federal Criminal Case: Jamaica Hospital, Client of Seminiero Seminerio illegally used what seemed to be a consulting firm, "Marc Consultants". SEMINERIO illegally tried to help Jamaica Hospital, a client that had paid him. We think that Jamaica Hospital had paid him over $400k over almost a decade. Marc Consultants was a sham consultantcy. Judge Buchwald sentenced Seminerio to prison.
      6. Judicial Candidate Anna
        1. NYS Attorney
          as of 10/24/2010
          Registration Number: 	2387876
          	ANNA CULLEY [She is registered as Anna Culley.]
          	8917 SUTPHIN BLVD
          	JAMAICA, NY 11435-3710
          	United States
          	(718) 262-7356
          Year Admitted in NY: 	1991
          Appellate Division Department of Admission: 	2
          Law School: 	ST JOHNS UNIVERSITY
          Registration Status: 	Currently registered
          Next Registration: 	Oct 2011
        2. Born 1966-10-05
        3. Discussion

          In the November 2003 general election for civil court judge, district 3, in Queens county, Anna Seminerio-Culley (219-46 93 Avenue, Queens NY 11428) seems to have been nominated by both the Republican and Democratic parties (which is called "cross-endorsement"). As far as we know, in almost all cases (but not necessarily Anna's), a money bribe is paid for cross-endorsement (although rarely the bribe is paid in other ways; for example, according to a possibly accurate report, a female lawyer [who happened to be a daughter of a taxi-driver] withdrawing as a candidate in a primary election in Queens exchange for a promise by Democratic chairman Manton of a judgeship in a low-level trial-court in Queens, as well as we can remember what we read). Is cross-endorsement probable cause to arrest the endorsed, judicial candidate and the Democratic and Republican chairmen of the organizations which cross-endorsed? Check with an expert if you're curious.

          In the November 2003 general election for civil court judge, district 3 in Queens, "Anna Seminerio-Culley" (219-46 93 Avenue, Queens NY 11428) seems to have been nominated by both the Republican and Democratic parties. Her name then and now may have been Anna Culley, as far as we know. As far as we know: to trick voters into voting for her, she used a campaign name confusingly similat to that of another Queens poltiician, Anthony Seminerio. As far as we know, it is illegal to run for office except under one's true name. Did Culley run for office under her true name? If these issues are important to the reader, we urge the reader to personally find out what her name then was. There is an article about her "... name and reputation...".

          Suppose someone in Queens wants to sue the Democratic Party. Should a judge in that court case be someone who bought his judgehsip from the Democratic Party? Should someone be listed on the ballot as a judicial candidate of a political party if he bought the nomination rather than got it in the manner required by law? We tink that, if someone bought a nomination, an opponent or voter should be able to get a court order excluding the buyer's name from the ballot. We don't know what the applicable burder of persuasion is. Maybe it's preponderance or clear and convincing evidence. We guess that cross-endorsement is proof (beyond a reasonable doubt) of the person's having feloniously acquired an endorsement. We guess that being a non-federal judge in New York City is clear and convincing evidence of the person's having feloniously become a judge. Confer with an expert if you're curious about these subjects.

          For each election in some places in New York State, a list is prepared of all of the croos-endorsements that will be done there. The list is on a piece of paper. Both parties agree to the list. The list is brought to appropriate meetings (for example, a judicial nominating convention) so that those at the meeting will know whom to vote. We know of a meeting at which the list was read out loud to the people there so that they would know for whom to vote. This loud reading seemed to be a common practice at the time.

          On this page, we do not discuss how people become federal judges.

          In any court case, not necessarily one brought agaisnt a political party, may a litigant demand a judge's recusal for cause on the ground that the judge bought his judgeship (if the buying is shown shown by his having been cross-endorsed)? According to judicial ethics, a judge is forbideen to do an anything which would bring the judiciary into disrepute. In our opinion, which is not necessarily right, cross-endorsement, campaigning as a cross-endorsed candidate, being on the ballot as a cross-endorsed candidate, and being elected as a cross-endorsed candidate bring the judiciary into disrepute. The practice reeks. If someone feloniously acquires a judgehsip (by paying a bribe or fixing an election, for example), does he bring the judiciary into disrepute every time he walks into his courthouse and every time he presides over a hearing? Do judicial ethics require that he recuse from every case? In many courthouses, a presiding judge assigns judges to cases (or, if one looks at it differently, assigns cases to judges). Does it violate judicial ethics to assign a case to a judge who bought his judeship or who seems to have bought it? If the presiding judge bought his judeship, is he barred by judicial ethics from working as a presiding judge? Check with an expert to find the answers to these and related questions. These questions do not necessarily mean that Anna violated judicial ethics or did anything improper.

          In general (not necessarily in Anna's case), it is important to ask what political contributions were made (for example, at fund-raising dinners), by a judge-to-be or someone contributing on his behalf, in the twenty-four months before endorsement or appointment.

          We discuss many issues on this page. Those issues do not necessarily pertain to Anna, her afther Anthony, or anyone else named in this website.

      7. Morris

        18 March 2004, MORRIS, MARY. Queens NY. employer DEMOCRATIC ASSEMBLYMAN SEMINERO [sic, possibly meant Anthony S. Seminerio], 68-28 MYRTLE AVE, GLENDALE NY. Occupation CLERK. Political campaign contribution to Republican Dennis Galllagher, 2002, $10 check. The employee of a Democratic politician gave money to a Republican politician. On this webpage, there is a link to an article by Castro about a few, other cross-party payments (a payment by one party's politician to another party's politician). Seminerio is not the only politician in New York City who is linked to payments of money to politicians of a different party.

        It is one thing for a major party's politician to cooperate with politicians of another, major party. For example, a major party's legislator may cooperate with legislators of a different, major party, compromising on a bill to get enough support for it so that it gets enacted. It's a different thing for a major party's politician to contribute money to the campaign fund of a different, major party's politician.

        Cross-party payments can be more than financial help to the receiving politician. Sometimes, a New York City political party wants to endorse another party's candidate but would be embarassed to explicitly do so. When cross-party payments come from politicians closely aligned with their party's leader, those payments often are an implied endorsement by that party of the candidate receiving the payments. The implied endorsement says, to members of the endorsing party, that they should not obstruct the endorsed candidate's campaign. In conclusion, cross-party payments always are financial help and sometimes are an implied endorsement by the contributors' party.

        It is difficult to imagine a Republican-Democratic cross-endorsed, judicial candidate losing an election. After all, he's both the Republican and the Democratic candidate. Normally, those endorsements are much too valuable to give away although it is supposedly a crime to sell them. Democrat Anna was cross-endorsed in a county in which her father is a Democratic member of the state legislature. It is possible that there was no payment for her cross-endorsement. We do not know many facts of her cross-endorsement. For example, we do not know if there was a payment or felony in exchange for her cross-endorsement. Why did both the Republican and Democratic Parties nominate her? We do not know.

        Jury Trials
        Juries are how democracy comes into the courtroom. In some courts, the jury stands when the judge enters the courtroom. In some courts, the judge stands when the jury enters. There is a shortage of judges who can expertly preside over jury trials. This causes problems such as delay, mistakes by judges during jury trials (which can lead to injustice and appeals), and judicial acts intended to improperly avoid jury trials. A high proportion of successful appeals arises out of mistakes by judges during jury trials. A trial lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in representing clients in trials. After Anna had been on the bench for a while, did Queens's trial lawyers, when speaking off the record, praise her for how well she presides over jury trials? Some trials (for example, divorce trials) don't have a jury. They are called "trials by court". After Anna had been on the bench for a while, did Queens's trial lawyers, when speaking off the record, praise her for how well she presides over court (in other words, non-jury) trials? Regardless of the work she does, do Queens's trial lawyers, when speaking off the record, praise her? We don't know.

      8. Remedies

        There may not be a remedy for extensive sale of judgeships.

        One approach might be crime-fighting. For example, one might appoint a permanent, special prosecutor for those who buy and sell judgeships.

        Once, New York City had PR (proportional reprsentation) for electing people to its city council. There were a variety of effects. For example, there was a big reduction in corruption although we don't know if the reduction inlcuded a reduction in the sale of judgeships.

        Before every judicial election, the news media (newspapers, magazines, news websites) could list all judicial candidates, provide information (corruption-oriented information and other relevant information) about each one, and recommend voting for or against each judicial candidate. The information and recommendations could be provided for candidates who want to become judges and for candidates who want to remain judges. Reporters and columnists provide information about, evaluations of, and sometimes endorsements of many things: politicians (for example: candidates for mayor, governor, state attorney general, and local board of education), technology (for example: stem cell research and therapy, America's space program, and various computer operating systems), government programs and policies (for example: America's military strategy in Iraq, the Federaql Reserve's responses to the subprime crisis, social promotion of students, affirmative action), restaurants, movies, etiquette, pet care, and gardening. It is strking that, in a country in which courts are powerful, most news media provide little or no advice in judicial elections.

        Not every disease has a cure. We don't know if there is a remedy for the widespread sale of judgeships.

  7. Lufthansa

    We have a page for Lufthansa.

  8. METROPOLITAN Transportation Authority MTA

    1. 2005 April 15, Sandra Bloodworth, boss of Arts for Transit (a Metropolitan Transportation Authority program), is from the South, and may have lived at:
      SANDRA BLOODWORTH, 474 48TH AVE., LONG ISLAND CITY NY 11109, (718) 340-8390.
    2. 10 May 2004, DERRICO, LOUIS. home STATEN ISLAND, NY 10314. employer MTA NYC TRANSIT, 370 JAY STREET. Occupation MANAGEMENT
      political contribution 09/25/2003, $100 check

    3. Elliot G. Sander 2007mar8

      He is executive director of the MTA (Metropolitan Transportattion Authority), a state agency which, among other things, operates the subway system in New York city. He was a New York city Transportation Commissioner. He worked for many years as a high-ranking executive in several, New York state agencies; for example, he was a state Rent Commissioner. In 2004, Sander became a member of the New York State Advisory Panel on Transportation for 2025.

      ELLIOT G SANDER, 1328 208TH PL, BAYSIDE, NY 11360

      ELLIOT G SANDER, 221 HOLLYWOOD AVE, LITTLE NECK, NY 11363, (718) 225-3683

      ELLIOT G SANDER, 03/25/2003, LITTLE NECK, NY 11363 (718) 225-3683

      ELLIOT G SANDER, 360 1ST AVE, 04/15/2001, NEW YORK, NY 10010

    4. 2008mar31, Schectman

      It came to pass that Harris Schectman, then the MTA's vice president for bridges and tunnels (B&T), feloniously tried to get his daughter's boyfriend (Donald Raimondi) a great job (paying $53,000 annually) for which he was unqualified. Judy Puchalski (MTA manager of budget and administration) refused to hire him. An MTA flunkie took Raimondi's application out of a wastebasket. The NY state inspector-general's office rightly called for disciplinary measures against Schectman and his cronies. Disciplinary measures were imposed: Pulchaski (the sole heroine in this story) was denied a raise that almost everyone else on her level received. Ryder was promoted to facilities manager at MTA's Rockaway bridges. Raimondi now (in April 2000, when this article originally was written) works for the MTA Broadway headquarters (in expensive, privately owned offices at number 2 Broadway?) in Manhattan (where he eventually got an even nicer job than the one Schectman originally tried to get him). Schectman got a slap on the wrist: he lost some comp time.

      Donald Raimondi may have become a budget and research analyst of MTA B&T (Bridges and Tunnels).

      Harris Schectman may have become director of transit planning, Sam Schwartz, LLC, which may possibly be SSC: The Sam Schwartz Company, 611 Broadway, Suite 415, New York, NY 10012, US. Schectman's possible connection to the Sam Schwartz business does not mean that the business did anything wrong. Schectman may possibly have had one of the following addresses.

      2. (856) 216-1906 HARRIS L SCHECTMAN Born 1966, 1740 INDEPENDENCE LN 07/23/2004 CHERRY HILL, NJ 08003 (856) 795-2820.
  9. Murphy


    New York State District Attorneys Association; James A. Murphy, III; President; Saratoga County District Attorney.

    JAMES A MURPHY Born 1954, 10/2004, 87 LAKE HILL RD BURNT HILLS, NY 12027 (518) 399-6242

    JAMES A MURPHY 53 HIGH ST BALLSTON SPA, NY 12020 (518) 885-5516


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