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Wrong James Furgal?

James W. Furgal

Expert Witness

James W. Furgal

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Employment History

Sales and Sales Consultant

Pallets Unlimited Inc. New Hyde Park, NY


President and Chief Executive Officer

Camillus Cutlery Company


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www.cherokeetribune.com

Earlier, the defense called James Furgal as an expert witness on knives.
He is the former president and CEO of Camillus Cutlery in New York. On cross examination by prosecutor Jason Saliba, Furgal said he was hired as a witness through an agency and his fee was $100 per hour plus expenses. Daker then asked Furgal if other witnesses, including police, and others in the courtroom including Saliba and lead prosecutor Evans are paid to be there, causing Saliba to object and then declare: "I just want to make it real clear for taxpayers: I don't make $100 an hour to be here."


www.mdjonline.com

Earlier the defense called James Furgal as an expert witness on knives.
He is the former president and CEO of Camillus Cutlery in New York. On cross examination by prosecutor Jason Saliba, Furgal said he was hired as a witness through an agency and his fee was $100 per hour plus expenses. Daker then asked Furgal if other witnesses, including police, and others in the courtroom including Saliba and prosecutor Jesse Evans are paid to be there, causing Saliba to object and then declare: "I just want to make it real clear for taxpayers, I don't make $100 an hour to be here."


www.aepma.org [cached]

1987-89 James W. Furgal
Camillus Cutlery Company


www.akti.org [cached]

Jim Furgal, former Camillus president for 25 years and AKTI president from 2002-2004, agreed to be
available as an expert witness. As Jim told me recently, he was surprised at how much latitude he got to Jim Furgal was allowed to clearly describe the


www.akti.org [cached]

James Furgal, Camillus Cutlery Co., President;


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