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Employment History

Assistant Prosecutor

Wayne County


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www.bonzerwolf.com

Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Thomas Trzcinski said his office didn't cut a deal with Proctor.
"There was no plea deal; (Proctor) just pleaded guilty to what we charged him with," Trzcinski said.


cpj.org [cached]

Wayne County Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Trzcinski told CPJ that both the journalist's violation of the crime scene and her taking pictures of it endangered state troopers trying to control the area.
"It is more likely that peace is going to be maintained if these images are destroyed," Trzcinski said, paraphrasing what he said were the concerns of the troopers at the scene. Police also arrested a family member of one of the deceased after she, as she later admitted in court, "absolutely did cross the police line," according to the Detroit weekly Metro Times. She was not charged. One of the men engaged in fighting was also arrested; during his arrest he head-butted a state trooper in the stomach, according to news reports. He was charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, "and then given a ride home by the cops," reported the Metro Times . Trzcinski told CPJ that Bukoski's "prior reporting had nothing to do with the decision to prosecute.


www.localnews1.net

Wayne County Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Trzcinski told CPJ that both the journalist's violation of the crime scene and her taking pictures of it endangered state troopers trying to control the area.
"It is more likely that peace is going to be maintained if these images are destroyed," Trzcinski said, paraphrasing what he said were the concerns of the troopers at the scene. Police also arrested a family member of one of the deceased after she, as she later admitted in court, "absolutely did cross the police line," according to the Detroit weekly Metro Times. She was not charged. One of the men engaged in fighting was also arrested; during his arrest he head-butted a state trooper in the stomach, according to news reports. He was charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, "and then given a ride home by the cops," reported the Metro Times. Trzcinski told CPJ that Bukoski's "prior reporting had nothing to do with the decision to prosecute.


www.metrotimes.com

In 36th District Court last week, Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Thomas Trzcinski attempted to justify the officer's action, saying it was an attempt to protect the family of the deceased from seeing gruesome photos showing up in the paper.


www.newarkadvocate.com

Dunn was freed on a personal bond, but only after his lawyer Kareem Johnson and assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Thomas Trzcinski persuaded 36th District Court Magistrate Renee McDuffee Thomas that Dunn didn't have to be jailed until his April 2 preliminary exam.
Johnson and Trzcinski said that first-degree murder is a no-bond situation, but bond can be posted for murder-related perjury.


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