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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Manhattan Lawyer Involved in Murder-Suicide, Say Police

Manhattan Lawyer Involved in Murder-Suicide, Say Police
The New York Law Journal by Vesselin Mitev - April 22, 2009

A Manhattan real estate lawyer who lived on Long Island was found dead in a murder-suicide along with his family in a Maryland hotel room, Baltimore County police said Tuesday. The bodies of William M. Parente, 59, Betty Parente, 58, Stephanie Parente, 19, and Catherine Parente, 11, of Garden City, were discovered by cleaning staff at the Towson Sheraton, according to Corporal Michael Hill. Evidence of a murder weapon was found in the tenth floor hotel room where the family was staying, he said, but declined to elaborate. Police are awaiting autopsy results, which could take "hours to several weeks," he said. Hill declined to identify the killer or speculate as to a motive but said it was a case where "one person took the lives of the other three and then [their] own." According to the Office of Court Administration's Web site, Parente graduated from Brooklyn Law School and was admitted to the bar in 1974. Calls to his Lexington Avenue offices went unreturned.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You see, lawyers always think they can scam their way out of the previous scam. They kid themselves by becoming better liars with each perfected scam and bigger set of lies. It's a mess.

Anonymous said...

I bet a lot of NY attorneys are losing a lot of sleep these days. Shame.

Anonymous said...

I heard that he was a trust & estate lawyer. I guess he couldn't live with himself, but to do his family too, he was a real sick bastard.

Anonymous said...

Here is a list of some of Parente's classmates from Brooklyn law:

Alan W. Friedberg - presently the Deputy Administrator in charge of the New York City Office of the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.

Howard L. Lasher ’68, Democratic member of the New York State Assembly’s 46th and 47th Districts. First orthodox Jewish person elected to state office in New York State.

Sheldon Silver ’68, Speaker of the New York State Assembly, Democratic member of the Assembly, representing the 64th Dis

Mark S. Weprin ’92, Democratic Member of the New York State Assembly, 24th District.

Dorothy Chin-Brandt ’74, first Asian-American woman judge in New York State.

Mark Americus Costantino '47, United States District Judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York from 1971 to 1990.

Leo Glasser ’48, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York. He served as Dean of Brooklyn Law Scho

Edward R. Korman `66, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York, serving as Chief Judge from 2000 to 2007. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Brooklyn Law School Board of Trustees.

Peter Tom ’75, first Asian-American appellate justice in New York State

Edward R. Korman `66, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York, serving as Chief Judge from 2000 to 2007. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Brooklyn Law School Board of Trustees.

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