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July 22, 1993 | JAMES BATES
Isgro Obtains Judge's Story: Controversial music promoter and movie producer Joe Isgro has obtained the rights to the story of Stuart Namm, a renegade Long Island judge who once accused police of mishandling two murder cases. Isgro, who was the executive producer of "Hoffa," says he identifies with the story of the now-retired Namm because of his own experiences with the judicial system. A major payola case against Isgro was dismissed in 1990, but the case was reinstated earlier this year.
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July 22, 1993 | JAMES BATES
Isgro Obtains Judge's Story: Controversial music promoter and movie producer Joe Isgro has obtained the rights to the story of Stuart Namm, a renegade Long Island judge who once accused police of mishandling two murder cases. Isgro, who was the executive producer of "Hoffa," says he identifies with the story of the now-retired Namm because of his own experiences with the judicial system. A major payola case against Isgro was dismissed in 1990, but the case was reinstated earlier this year.
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April 30, 1985 | United Press International
A Long Island mother of six who shot and killed her husband after years of mental and physical abuse was sentenced today to five years probation. Suffolk County Court Judge Stuart Namm, saying it was "the toughest decision I've been called on to make in my nine years on the bench, " ordered Dolores Young, 49, of Hampton Bays to check into a sanctuary for abused wives in Manhattan.
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June 16, 1985 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
Robert G. Dettmer, president of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Group, receives the Humanitarian Award from Retinitis Pigmentosa International on June 29 at a black-tie party in the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Wilshire. Helen Harris, founder-president of RP International, says Pepsi has been "valiant" as a partner in spearheading the fight to stop the hereditary eye disease that often leads to blindness. The same evening, Richard N. Solley will receive the Jules Stein RP Living Tribute Award and Allan N.
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