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$2M judgement upheld in murder case

A state Supreme Court judge has upheld a $2 million judgement awarded to the family of a White Plains murder victim. A jury awarded the amount to the family of Connie Russo-Carriero last year. A

News 12 Staff

Nov 5, 2015, 5:58 PM

Updated 3,152 days ago

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A state Supreme Court judge has upheld a $2 million judgement awarded to the family of a White Plains murder victim.
A jury awarded the amount to the family of Connie Russo-Carriero last year.
A homeless ex-con stabbed Russo-Carriero to death in a White Plains municipal parking garage in 2005. The jury ruled the city didn't do enough to prevent the murder.
There has been no comment from the city of White Plains.


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