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June 19, 2018
 "I think what happened in Rensselaer County with one judge in particular dismissing that case shows that the powers that exist under the State Constitution only by executive order are insufficient to deal with alleged abuse by prosecutors throughout the state, what's necessary is a bill like this," said Assemblymember Dan Quart while explaining his vote on the bill that would to create the commission on prosecutorial conduct, to serve as a disciplinary entity designated to review complaints of prosecutorial misconduct in New York State. (A05285)