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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Marc Gann Quoted in the Long Island Press

Case Dropped for LIRR Rider Accused of Driving Train By Timothy Bolger A Nassau County court judge has dismissed the case against a Long Island Rail Road rider who authorities said had a rush-hour train’s controls turned over to him by an engineer. William Kutsch had been charged with reckless endangerment, a misdemeanor. The judge […]

HGH Testing and the NFL

The NFL is demanding that testing for Human Growth Hormone (HGH) be part of the new collective bargaining agreement with players.  The substance is banned by NFL’s drug policy but players are not tested for it because testing requires a blood test, not traditional urine testing.  The league claims HGH testing is necessary to the […]

Tragic Tour Bus Crash a Startling Wake-Up Call to the Danger of Driver Fatigue

Recent headlines have brought the subject of driver fatigue/drowsy driving once again to the forefront, with the March 12 horrific crash in the Bronx of a tour bus headed home from a late-night gambling trip in Connecticut.  Although the exact details have yet to fully emerge, investigators are looking into how much rest driver Ophadell […]

“Leap For Life” Honored As One Of My Long Island TV’s Outstanding Stories Of 2010

This past summer’s “Global Leap for Life” skydiving fundraiser did more than raise $35,000 for cancer research and the LiveSTRONG organization – it made a great, and inspiring, television news story.  “My Long Island TV” – the Long Island television show airing throughout the New York metropolitan region on FiOS1 News, not only extensively covered […]

“Good Day New York” Interviews Marc Gann this Morning as the Fallout from the Crime Lab Continues…

Crime Lab Problems Lead To Retrial: MyFoxNY.com

Marc Gann Quoted in the NY Times

Drunken Driving Conviction Voided for Crime Lab Errors By KAREN ZRAICK, NY TIMES Continuing questions about the reliability of tests done in Nassau County’s now-shuttered crime laboratory led a judge to overturn a drunken driving conviction on Monday. Judge George R. Peck of Nassau County Court cited prosecutors’ own statements in court about errors in […]

Nassau County Crime Lab: How Could This Have Happened … And What Happens Next?

Most criminal defense attorneys have represented someone accused of possessing and/or selling a controlled substance.  For the most part, the client’s guilt or innocence breaks on the credibility of the police officers involved in the arrest.  Did the police have the lawful right to stop and search the client?  Did the observing officer truly see […]


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