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Closing arguments made in Erie Boulevard fatality

Lawyers focus on whether driver was high

Anthony J. Gallo is led by Schenectady County sheriff's deputies into the Schenectady County Courthouse on March 26 for the first day of his trial in the hit-and-run fatality of Cassandra Boone on Nov. 16, 2011.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Anthony J. Gallo is led by Schenectady County sheriff's deputies into the Schenectady County Courthouse on March 26 for the first day of his trial in the hit-and-run fatality of Cassandra Boone on Nov. 16, 2011.
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Attorneys in the hit-and-run case that left 19-year-old college student Cassandra Boone dead focused this morning on whether the driver was high at the time of the crash. Anthony Gallo's attorney, Michael Mansion, said that while testimony indicated that his client had traces of crack cocaine and morphine in his system the next day, no witnesses could show that Gallo was high at the time of the crash. Prosecutor Brian Gray, though, pointed to two ...


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