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Patricia Feerick of the NYPD and three of her subordinates.

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Patricia Feerick and her 3 co-Defendants were convicted of several misdemeanors. Feerick was sentenced to two years in prison, although Governor George Pataki would commute her sentence after receiving over 20,000 Petitions from crime-wary New Yorkers, most of them Harlem residents, demanding her release.
     Another aspect of this troubling prosecution was the claims of feminists that a different standard was often applied to women who worked in jobs traditionally held by men, with some wondering out loud whether Lt. Feerick indeed would have been targeted had she not been a woman. Until her arrest, Lt. Feerick was one of the most decorated females in NYPD history.
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Patricia Feerick herself attended the trial, to offer support to Sgt.


Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, ...

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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, and two fellow police officers, Orlando Rosario and John DeVito, have been sentenced to serve jail time after having been found guilty in a ten year old case.

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We are all outraged over the convictions of Rosario, DeVito, Schultz, and Feerick.
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Pat Feerick.
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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, NYPD, was convicted in 1994 of criminal charges for actions taken back in 1990. The jury found that the Lieutenant and police officers under her command had abused their power when they grabbed back a lost police radio from members of an alleged East Harlem drug gang called the Purple City crack gang.
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Lieutenant Feerick was convicted of Criminal Trespass, Unlawful Imprisonment, and Official Misconduct. All of the charges were misdemeanors. The mental states that are required for a defendant to be convicted of those crimes are "knowingly" or "intentionally" as defined in Article 15 of the Penal Law of the State of New York.
What was the "intent" of Lieutenant Feerick? Was it her "conscious objective" to commit the acts that constitute crimes in the Penal Law? Did she set out with the police officers under her command to knowingly violate the constitutional rights of innocent citizens? What was her "mens rea" or evil intentions? What "benefit" would she and the officers receive? Was it financial gain? Did she have some selfish objective that requires us as a society to punish her severely?
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In the case of Lieutenant Feerick and the officers under her command, a prison sentence is absolutely outrageous.


Forum - August 1999

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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, and two fellow police officers, Orlando Rosario and John DeVito, have been sentenced to serve jail time after having been found guilty in a ten year old case.

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We are all outraged over the convictions of Rosario, DeVito, Schultz, and Feerick.
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Pat Feerick.
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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, NYPD, was convicted in 1994 of criminal charges for actions taken back in 1990.The jury found that the Lieutenant and police officers under her command had abused their power when they grabbed back a lost police radio from members of an alleged East Harlem drug gang called the Purple City crack gang.


A lieutenant, Patricia ...

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A lieutenant, Patricia Feerick, is in a hospital having a baby and faces a two-year sentence at a later date.


Forum - August 1999

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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, and two fellow police officers, Orlando Rosario and John DeVito, have been sentenced to serve jail time after having been found guilty in a ten year old case.

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We are all outraged over the convictions of Rosario, DeVito, Schultz, and Feerick.
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Pat Feerick.This is one of the worst atrocities I know about that has been committed against a police officer in the City of New York.I was on the job since 1968, and retired in 1995.I attended the rally in Staten Island run by Rep.Molinari - couldn't even get in the large hall due to the support by hundreds of detectives, sergeants lieutenants etc.That rally was in a remote spot of S.I., but anybody that cared anything about the job - didn't tell anybody they were going - they just showed up - we all know who we were!In the past, all that I remembered was uniting for a contract or getting together for a cop who was assassinated in the street.
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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, NYPD, was convicted in 1994 of criminal charges for actions taken back in 1990.The jury found that the Lieutenant and police officers under her command had abused their power when they grabbed back a lost police radio from members of an alleged East Harlem drug gang called the Purple City crack gang.The gang had found the radio and used it for a period of five days during which they taunted and made threats over the police frequency.The Lieutenant had appealed the conviction, but now has been ordered to begin a two-year sentence in prison.
The conviction of these police officers gives rise to some interesting legal questions.For instance, a novice student of criminal law must be thoroughly familiar with the Latin term: MENS REA.This legal concept is translated into English as "EVIL MIND".

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