Judge Michael Juviler: One of the Very Best

, New York Law Journal


In 1967, as a rookie lawyer in the Queens DA's office, I argued my first case in the Court of Appeals. As I waited for my case to be called, I witnessed Michael Juviler, a 32-year-young chief of the Manhattan DA's appeals bureau, argue a high-profile case. His presentation was brilliant, just like his performance in every significant position he held thereafter; including his roles as a dad, a grandpa and as a husband to his beloved Barbara.

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