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Monday, March 30, 2009

Would-Be Judge Admits Theft

Would-be Edinburg judge admits $12,000 theft
The Albany Times Union by PAUL NELSON - March 30, 2009

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Brian Kedik, who was elected Edinburgh town justice but never took office, admitted stealing $12,000 from his former mother-in-law who lives in Rotterdam, according to his attorney Stephen Signore. The 33-year-old Kedik pleaded guilty this morning in Schenectady County court to fourth-degree larceny for taking the money from Jane DeMarco in 2004. At the time, Kedik was married to DeMarco's daughter. They are now divorced, Signore said.

As part of the plea deal that spared him from incarceration, Kedik agreed to pay back the money, which will happen by the end of the week, Signore said. He will be sentenced May 7 by County Judge Richard Sise. "It was too good a deal to pass up and risk going to trial," he added. Kedik was indicted by a Schenectady County grand jury on third-degree grand larceny and second-degree forgery. On the grand larceny felony alone, he could have faced 2 1/3 to 7 years in state prison, Signore said. In November, Kedik decided not take the office of town justice in his Saratoga County town after being elected without opposition. A week after Election Day, Kedik was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving with a suspended license and speeding. The case is pending, Signore said. Edinburg Supervisor Jean Raymond said this afternoon that the Town Board decided to leave the town justice post vacant and will consider whether to hold a new election or abolish the position.


Anonymous said...

Take his license to practice law. this dirtbag deserves the best, make him dig ditches.

Anonymous said...

he and his protectors should go to jail for a long stay.

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