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Cuomo appoints Brooklyn judge to appellate court, makes four other appointments

April 15, 2014 Associated Press Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed five trial court judges to vacancies on mid-level appellate division courts.

All were previously elected to the state Supreme Court.

Cuomo has named Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Betsy Barros in the Second Department, covering Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and the lower Hudson Valley. She’s a former defense attorney and prosecutor elected in Brooklyn.

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To the Third Department, Cuomo has appointed Justice Christine Clark, a former prosecutor and city and family court judge elected in Schenectady County; and Justice Eugene Devine, a former public defender, and Justice Michael Lynch, a former county attorney, both elected in Albany County. The department covers mid-Hudson Valley and northern New York.

To the Fourth Department, covering western and central New York, Cuomo named Justice Brian DeJoseph, a former city court judge elected in Onondaga County.


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