Kevin Duffy, a former federal judge in the Southern District of New York who presided over the high-profile trials of organized crime figures and terrorists behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, died Wednesday from the coronavirus at age 87.
His son, Kevin Duffy Jr., said Judge Duffy died at Greenwich Hospital. The judge, a resident of Greenwich, Connecticut, retired from the bench in 2016 and worked alongside his son at the firm of Duffy & Staab, his son said. Memorial plans have not been set, Duffy Jr. added.
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