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Exhibit of "The Morgenthaus: A Legacy of Service"  at The Museum of Jewish Heritage in lower Manhattan in 2009, the year Robert Morgenthau retired as Manhattan district attorney after 35 years on the job. Exhibit of “The Morgenthaus: A Legacy of Service” at The Museum of Jewish Heritage in lower Manhattan in 2009, the year Robert Morgenthau retired as Manhattan district attorney after 35 years on the job. Photo: Rick Kopstein

The flood of tributes to Bob Morgenthau are testament to his preeminence as a superb lawyer and outstanding public servant.

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