DA Slams Judge's 'Childish' Street Fight But Forgoes Charges

Law360 (July 8, 2020, 8:24 PM EDT) -- Prosecutors declined to bring charges on claims that a New York state judge and his wife attacked their Buffalo neighbors in late June, with the Erie County district attorney saying "all parties were equally childish."

Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn told Law360 on Wednesday that he would not file criminal charges after reviewing evidence of the residential street fight between New York State Supreme Court Justice Mark Grisanti, his wife and their neighbors. Medical records and photos show that the fight left the neighbor with a facial fracture and bloody bite marks that the judge's wife confirmed to Law360...

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