Albert Tomei, Judge Who Made Key Death Penalty Ruling, Dies at 77

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Albert Tomei presided over New York City's first death penalty case after the state reinstated capital punishment in 1995.

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  • Steven Lubowitz

    One of my favorite judges and a really nice person. Started out as a young legal aid attorney in 1983 assigned to his part. He will be greatly missed.

  • Ken Taub

    As a judge, Al Tomei demonstrated integrity, compassion, and great wisdom. He always treated both prosecutors and the defense bar equally and with respect. His passing is a loss to all in the Brooklyn legal community. My condolences to his family.

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