|Affiliation||New York Supreme Court|
|First Appearance||"Star Struck"|
|Last Appearance||"Teenage Wasteland"|
- Arraigned the defendant on $100,000 bail.
- Arraigned the defendant on $10,000 bail.
- Granted the defense's motion to suppress a witness' photo identification on the grounds that Kincaid might have coached the witness.
- Denied the defense's motion suppress the testimony of Claire Kincaid and Janet Rudman on the grounds that Thayer was represented by counsel citing that Kincaid was acting as a private citizen who resigned from the DA's office at the time.
- Allowed Thayer's wife to testify for the prosecution as long as none of her testimony derives from conversations from Thayer.
- Demanded Thayer confess in court fully when he doesn't answer his or Executive ADA Stone's questions directly.
- Denied the defense's motion to dismiss the charges.
- Denied the defense's motion to dismiss on the grounds the murder victim died in the hospital and was alive at the time the hospital harvested her organs.
- Ruled that the prosecution could try both Cosgrove and Comacho simultaneously for the murder of Nancy O'Neal.
- Accepted a plea of guilty for murder in the first degree for killing Tommy Nagi from the defendant.
- Sentenced the defendant to life imprisonment.
- Plea and sentence both overturned by Appellate Judge Marilyn Haynes and the case went to trial.
- After the defendant is found guilty at trial, Schreiber limited both presentations for sentencing.
- Ruled that the jury most be unanimous in their decision of whether the defendant is sentenced to either death or life imprisonment. If the jury is deadlocked, Schreiber will impose a sentence of 20/25 years to life imprisonment.
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