|Affiliation||New York Supreme Court|
- Took Delgago's allocution to robbery and murder in the second degree.
- Denied the defense's motion to suppress the knife used to kill the victim because it was planted on the defendant by then Officer Kenny Daniels on the grounds of inevitable discovery because the police would have found it despite this.
- Ruled that McCoy's cross-examination of the defendant where he brings up the fact that Grimes killed Donner stays on the record on the grounds of impeachment.
- Accepted a plea of murder in the second degree from the defendant.
- Sentenced the defendant to 25 years in prison of which he will only serve five in consideration for the 20 he already served for a murder he didn't commit.
- Denied the prosecution's motion to preclude the defendant from using a defense claiming he is not responsible for his actions because the twenty years he spent in prison changed who he is.
- Accepted a plea of guilty for manslaughter in the first degree from the defendant.
- Sentenced the defendant to seven and a half to 15 years in prison to be served consecutively with five years he got for the murder of Julie Sayer.
- Denied the defense's motion to quash the prosecution's subpoena for the username and IP address of someone with details of the murder not released to the public.
- Granted a continuance to give the prosecution 72 hours to investigate the defense moving to call Anthony Harrison to the stand and say he killed the victim.
- Appointed Anthony Harrison a court-appointed attorney.
- Allowed Harrison to testify that he is the real killer.
- Before actress Marylou Mellace appeared as New York Criminal Court Judge Antonia Mellon, she was credited as District Court Judge Anthonia Mellon in the ninth season episode "Hunters".\
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