Q&A: Stuart Namm

, New York Law Journal

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More than 20 years after leaving Long Island, former Suffolk County Court Judge Stuart Namm is back with a book explaining how he says he became a "pariah" and was driven from the bench after he took the unusual step of writing to Gov. Mario Cuomo with allegations of botched police investigations and manufactured testimony.

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    I am one of those that know something about the corruption in Suffolk County. I assure you that to the best of my knowledge, everything that Judge Namm said in that book is true.

  • Steve Lubowitz

    Thank you Judge Namm. Everyday recently wrongful convictions are being reported. The question is how do we change this.

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