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|}}'''Lisa Pongracic''' is a [[judge]] in [[New York City]].
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|}}'''Lisa Pongracic''' is a [[judge]] based in [[Manhattan]], [[New York City]].
   
 
==Arraignments==
 
==Arraignments==
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:* Accepted a plea of guilty for manslaughter in the first degree for killing [[Tracy Conley]] from the defendant.
 
:* Accepted a plea of guilty for manslaughter in the first degree for killing [[Tracy Conley]] from the defendant.
 
:* Sentenced the defendant to 10 years in prison for the murder and an additional five for violating his parole.
 
:* Sentenced the defendant to 10 years in prison for the murder and an additional five for violating his parole.
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* People vs. [[Matthew Carton]], [[Harry Johnson]], & [[Danny Otum]] ({{L&O}}: "[[Tragedy on Rye]]")
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:* Ordered the jury to disregard Otum's attorney, [[Andrew Maynard]]'s, last statement.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 20:35, 23 July 2020

Lisa Pongracic
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Name Lisa Pongracic
Affiliation New York Supreme Court
Division Criminal Term
Occupation Judge
Status Alive
Actor Charlotte Colavin
First Appearance "Consultation"
Last Appearance "Magnet"

Lisa Pongracic is a judge based in Manhattan, New York City.

Arraignments[]

  • Remanded the defendent without bail on serial murder charges.
  • Granted the defensel's motion to release the defendent on bail after another similar murder is committed.

Cases tried[]

  • Takes judicial notice that the charges were upgraded to first-degree murder after DA Adam Schiff was removed from the case by the governor and replaced with Deputy Attorney General Victor Panetti.
  • Takes judicial notice of an affidavit signed by Schiff submitted to Civil Court claiming the charges did not merit a charge of first-degree murder.
  • Granted the defense's motion to suppress the defendant's confession obtained using the defendant's medical file but denied the defense's motion to suppress evidence found in his house.
  • Accepted a plea of guilty for manslaughter in the first degree for killing Tracy Conley from the defendant.
  • Sentenced the defendant to 10 years in prison for the murder and an additional five for violating his parole.
  • Ordered the jury to disregard Otum's attorney, Andrew Maynard's, last statement.

Appearances[]