Oral Arguments to be Heard in Brooklyn as Court Considers Convicted Murderer Daniel Pelosi’s Appeal
March 13, 2015
LONG ISLAND, NY – The state appellate courthouse on Monroe Place in Brooklyn will be the scene of oral arguments today, Friday, March 13, 2015 as judges consider the appeal of Daniel Pelosi, the Center Moriches man convicted in 2004 of murdering investment banker Ted Ammon in 2001 in the victim’s East Hampton mansion in October 2001, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said.
Pelosi was arrested for Ammon’s murder on March 24, 2004 and his trial began October 13, 2004.
After deliberating for three days, the jury found Pelosi guilty of murder in the second degree on December 14, 2004.
Pelosi, 51, is incarcerated in the maximum security Great Meadow Correctional Facility. He will be eligible for parole in August of 2031.
The appeal in People v. Daniel Pelosi will be heard in the Appellate Division, Second Department in Brooklyn. The clerk’s call of the court calendar is at 9:15 am and it is expected the court will hear the Pelosi arguments at 10:00 AM. Pelosi’s appeal is the fourth case on Friday’s appellate court calendar.
SCDA Appeals Bureau ADA Thomas Costello will represent the People; Richard E. Mischel is Pelosi’s appellate attorney.
PHOTO CREDIT: Daniel Pelosi on Investigation Discovery Channels “I Know Everything” episode where Pelosi points the finger of his crime at someone else.
Disclaimer: News articles on this site may contain opinions of the author, and if opinion, may not necessarily reflect the views of the site itself or the views of the owners of NewsLI.com, Long Island Media Inc., or Long Island Exchange®. For more information on our editorial policies please view our terms of service.