|Affiliation||New York Supreme Court|
|First Appearance||L&O: "The Brotherhood"|
|Last Appearance||TBJ: "Baby Boom"|
- Allowed Worley's attorney, Rodney Fallon, to assert a justification defense for killing a member of a prison gang called The Brotherhood.
- Adjourned the court for the day after she received a letter threatening her life if she doesn't make sure Worley is convicted of murder.
- Denied defense's motion to recuse herself and to call her as a witness and to use the letter as evidence.
- Allowed defense to call the leader of the Brotherhood, Kyle Marsden, to the stand.
- Held Marsden in contempt when he refuses to answer whether he ordered a hit on Worley's life and threatened Anderlee.
- Ordered the prosecution to turn over a copy of Dede Blaylock's filofax planner.
- Denied the defense's motion for a mistrial after Penny Sterba tells the jury she left him because she tells the jury he compared a scene in a play to strangling a dog, but instructs the jury to disregard the statement.
- Ordered the prosecution to provide transportation to the defendant so he can attend trial despite being severely injured.
- Denied the prosecution's motion to introduce the defendant's prior bad acts but did allow them to mention the police were executing a search warrant when the defendant opened fire.
- Granted the defense's motion to hold his opening remarks until after the prosecution has rested their case.
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