Castro Serves Notice: “The people are with me!”

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Castro Files 14,073 Democratic Signatures to Earn Place on Primary Ballot White Plains, NY — In a show of broad support, District Attorney candidate Tony Castro today filed a petition for a place on the September 15th Democratic primary election ballot with more than seven times the 2,000 signatures required by state law.  Accompanied by his family, Castro spoke at …

eHeziCastro Serves Notice: “The people are with me!”

Tony Castro Crtiticizes D.A. DiFiore for Allegedly Soliciting Inappropriate Endorsements

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White Plains, NY — Tony Castro, candidate for the Democratic nomination for District Attorney, today criticized his opponent for soliciting and accepting the endorsement of the Westchester County Chiefs of Police Association as well as that of other police organizations.

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Castro Names Yonkersite Campaign Manager

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Yonkers, NY — Tony Castro, candidate for Westchester County  District Attorney in the September 15th Democratic Primary Election, today appointed Steven Iallonardo of Yonkers as his campaign manager. “Steve is a 30-year member of the" Yonkers City Democratic Committee  "and has served as a Democratic district leader in Yonkers since 1980,” Castro said.  “Like me, he has a long-standing appreciation …

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District Attorney Should Stop Avoiding Sentencing Decisions By Dan Schorr

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A defendant convicted of manslaughter in the first degree faces a minimum of five years and a maximum of twenty-five years in prison. A strong District Attorney’s office will make a specific sentencing recommendation to the judge and will argue the merits of its position. Some defendants may deserve five years, some the maximum twenty-five, others a period of time …

eHeziDistrict Attorney Should Stop Avoiding Sentencing Decisions By Dan Schorr