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Grippo Could Be Barred From His Own Murder Trial After Outburst In Court

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Joseph Grippo being led to his arraignment in June of 2019.    KYRIL BROMLEY

Joseph Grippo being led to his arraignment in June of 2019. KYRIL BROMLEY

Daniel Russo, seen here leaving court after the man he will be defending in a murder trial repeatedly used obscenities towards the judge, believes that, despite his client’s behavior, he has a strong case.    T.E. MCMORROW

Daniel Russo, seen here leaving court after the man he will be defending in a murder trial repeatedly used obscenities towards the judge, believes that, despite his client’s behavior, he has a strong case. T.E. MCMORROW

T.E. McMorrow on Apr 26, 2022
Joseph Grippo, the man charged with murdering a fellow Montauk resident in Kirk Park in June 2019, could find himself banned from his own trial, the judge in the case... more

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