Imbesi Christensen Client Joseph "Joey Boots" Bassolino Has Criminal Complaint Dismissed

A Manhattan Judge dismissed the criminal charge against Joseph Bassolino (aka Joey Boots) which alleged he blocked the "free flow of pedestrian traffic" in Penn Station. Mr. Bassolino was represented by Vincent Imbesi of Imbesi Christensen.
By: Imbesi Christensen
Dec. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- In the matter of The People of The State of New York vs. Joseph G. Bassolino (Docket # 2012SC027148) Joseph Bassolino was charged with violating Section 1097.5 (a) of 21 NYCRR.  The specific section of the code sets forth:

Section 1097.5 Prohibited uses.

No person in a terminal, station or train shall:

(a) block free movement of another person or persons, lie on the floor, platforms, stairs, or landings, or occupy more than one seat;

The violation allegedly occurred on October 13, 2012, while Mr. Bassolino was in Penn Station.  Mr. Bassolino claimed he did not commit that act for which he was charged.  

On December 19, 2012, a Manhattan Judge dismissed the complaint, during the first appearance.  Mr. Imbesi, Mr. Bassolino's attorney, concurred with the Judge's decision.  

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450 Seventh Avenue, 30th Floor

New York, NY 10123

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