Brickbats to State Attorney Angela Corey’s Office

Brickbats to State Attorney Angela Corey’s Office for failure to turn over all documents in a timely manner in a wrongful termination case filed by Julie Lyncker, a former clerk in Corey’s Nassau County office. U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan said Corey’s office must pay $2,500 to the court after 40 potential jurors had to be sent home because the case has been delayed for additional deposition caused by Corey’s office. The judge also said the State Attorney’s Office will have to pay the cost of future depositions because it was responsible for the delay. Another staffer was recently fired after he testified last month that he was concerned prosecutors did not turn over information to George Zimmerman’s defense team prior to his trial for the death of Trayvon Martin.