When Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed his picks for New York’s top court last month, a parade of glowing statements flowed in the wake of the announcement.

But behind the scenes, many attorneys in New York’s legal industry expressed disappointment and surprise at the governor’s decision to nominate Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas and Administrative Judge Anthony Cannataro for the state Court of Appeals. 

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