As Former Nassau County Police Officials Face Criminal Charges, CMG’s Bob Schalk Vows To “Fight The Case”
On Thursday, March 1, a former deputy commissioner and two other top Nassau County police officials surrendered to face allegations that they pulled strings in the case of a 2009 burglary investigation against then high school student Zachary Parker. The indictments and surrendering of the three Nassau County police officials associated with this case made local, and national, news – and, as the attorney representing the Parker family, CMG attorney Bob Schalk vowed to “fight the case.” In numerous television and print interviews appearing surrounding this high profile case, Schalk stressed that “it’s not unusual for private citizens to work something out with police to avoid a criminal prosecution” – noting that “it was worked out among the parties” and confirming that “the Parkers did nothing to influence the outcome.”
Following are some of the articles and news clips that have resulted to date from this case – which is sure to continue to be in the news in the weeks and months to come. As Bob Schalk continues to “fight the case,” make sure to check back here for updates and additional news coverage – as well as for a discussion of the impact that this case may have on the legal system when it comes to ensuring that justice prevails for all parties.
As always, at Collins, McDonald & Gann we continue to fight for our clients in order to protect their rights — and this case is a perfect example of our commitment to our clients. If you are in need of legal counsel in any way, call us 24/7 at 516-294-0300.
Click on the links to see some of the media coverage surrounding this case and Bob Schalk’s interviews: