D.A. Admits to Making Porn Films in 1970s

, New York Law Journal

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Cortland County District Attorney Mark Suben, a Democrat, acknowledged at a Nov. 16 news conference that he had lied about his past and apologized for his actions, saying he used "bad judgment" by acting in porn and by recently denying it.

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  • Defense counsel

    It is very troubling that a DA lies about such a minor thing, just to save himself from embarrasment. I can only conclude he will lie about far more importnant things -- like whether all Brady material was turned over, or whether there was prosecutorial or police misconduct. His credibility is shattered and he should resign.

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