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Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Costello, left, and defense lawyer Richard Mischel offer arguments Friday in the appeal of Daniel Pelosi before the Appellate Division, Second Department.Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Costello, left, and defense lawyer Richard Mischel offer arguments Friday in the appeal of Daniel Pelosi before the Appellate Division, Second Department. (Newsday)

Counsel for Daniel Pelosi (pictured at right) claimed Friday that prosecutorial misconduct prevented Pelosi from receiving a fair trial before he was sentenced in 2005 for the murder of a Wall Street financier.

Richard Mischel argued before the Appellate Division, Second Department, that Assistant District Attorney Janet Albertson of Suffolk County, who was the lead prosecutor in the high-profile trial People v. Pelosi, 746/04, prejudiced the jury against Pelosi during cross-examination by painting a picture of him as a womanizer and a sadist who was prone to fits of rage.

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