Westchester DA discusses high-profile cases

Westchester District Attorney Janet DiFiore came to the studios of News 12 today to discuss a number of high-profile cases that her office is involved with.

The DA gave her reaction to topics such as the triple murder-suicide in Cross River, the on-going investigation into the disappearance of Robert Durst's first wife, the murder conviction of Selwyn Days and texting while driving.

DiFiore has been Westchester's DA since 2006.Police: Murder-suicide gun bought in YonkersReal estate heir accused in murder returns to NYSelwyn Days guilty of 2 counts of second-degree murderState police cracking down on drivers with cell phones

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