Tag: William Flanagan
A former Nassau County police commander surrendered Thursday morning to county jail to begin serving his 60-day sentence after he was convicted of helping cover up a burglary, officials told the Press.
The highest court in New York State upheld Thursday the conviction of a former high-ranking Nassau County police commander who helped cover up a burglary committed by his friend’s son.
An ex-Nassau County police commander’s attorneys argued Thursday before the New York State Court of Appeals that his conviction for covering up a burglary committed by his friend’s son should be overturned.
William Flanagan is now appealing to the New York State Court of Appeals.
William Flanagan's attorneys plan to ask the state Court of Appeals to hear the case next.
“Our current facility, as built and designed, was a grammar school, not a police academy.”
Oral arguments were heard this week at an appeals court in Brooklyn.
“I am truly sorry," retired Det. Sgt. Alan Sharpe told the court.
The ex-second deputy Nassau police commissioner's lawyers argue his trial was tainted by legally insufficient evidence, among other issues.