Brooklyn, NY. Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced the indictment of Louis Lassalle for stealing artwork valued at $10,000. The defendant faces multiple charges of burglary, larceny, robbery, among others.
Brooklyn, NY. Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that the KCDA’s Office has moved to dismiss pending charges against Samuel Kellner, a whistleblower in several sexual abuse cases.
March 4, 2014, Brooklyn, NY. Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced the indictment of 27-year old Nelson Uruchima charged with shooting and wounding his live-in girlfriend, 25-year old Cecile Ayala.
District Attorney Thompson’s Appointees Bring to the Office Well-Regarded Career Track Records, New Enthusiasm and Exceptional Legal Skills in Prosecution and Law Enforcement
In 2007, the United States Senate designated the day of January 11 “National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.” In 2013, the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, and its partner, Safe Horizon, was awarded a two-year grant by the U.S. Department of Justice as part of its anti-human trafficking task force initiative to train personnel; provide services to victims; and coordinate a network of government and non-governmental agencies in combatting sex and labor trafficking in Brooklyn. On Friday, January 10, District Attorney Thompson and his staff wore the Navy Blue ribbon designated as the national color for human trafficking awareness.
Glancing at our titles, you might wonder what on earth an Assembly member from Syracuse and Brooklyn's district attorney have in common. Well, the answer is simple: We're both committed to fixing an injustice that sets New York apart from nearly every other state in America, endangers our children and puts our communities at risk.