Friday, May 24, 2013

NY DA Refuses to Prosecute Man Arrested Under SAFE Act


Finally someone in New York with some common sense and a backbone.
District Attorney Paul Czajka dropped a state SAFE Act charge Thursday in county district court against Hopewell Junction resident Gregory Dean Jr., who was the first person charged in the county under the controversal law since it was enacted last month.

Czajka told Town Justice Jessica Byrne that he would not prosecute the SAFE act violation.

“Although I believe that it is not for a district attorney to determine or make blanket policy,” Czajka told Byrne, he said he would “decline to prosecute the unlawful possession of ammunition feed devices.”
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