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Kabot attorney will represent two suspended Westhampton Beach Police officers

authorFrank S. Costanza on Nov 19, 2009
William Keahon, the attorney representing Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot in her upcoming DWI trial, will also represent the two officers who were suspended from the Westhampton Beach Village Police... more

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