Reply from Judge Kay
State of New York
JEROME M. KAY
ACTING SUPREME COURT JUSTICE
CRIMINAL COURT KINGS COUNTY
120 SCHERMERHORN STREET
BROOKLYN, N.Y. 11201
April 20, 1998
153 Remsen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Dear Mr. Sloan:
I am sorry you were upset. This was not my intention. Your case was originally dismissed without prejudice, therefore it could be restored by the District Attorney. When it was restored. It was reduced to a misdemeanor, a lower charge. AP1 handles felony charges, so the case was transferred to a misdemeanor court part which will handle the matter. Your attorney indicated that he was engaged and could not be in court. Mr. Fink represented you only for that day. Your attorney was notified by the D.A. the matter would be restored and reduced.
Passion Julinsey, the Complaining Party
You seemed disturbed that your attorney was not present, so I put the case on for the next day so he could be there. I thought you would want this. I personally spoke to your attorney telling him of your feeling and told him to be in court the next day to represent you.
I hope this is a satisfactory explanation of the events.
Jerome M. Kay
cc: John Monteleone, Esq.
Passion is very aggressively pushing this case. The case was in court again on May 20 and was adjourned again. I have done everything I can possibly think of to resolve this problem. Here are two more letters I wrote about this: Letter dated March 5, 1998 and Letter dated March 26, 1998.
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