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Glenn Pincus

Associate Attorney

Overview

Prior to joining HoganWillig, Glenn Pincus was an Erie County Assistant District Attorney for more than 25 years, where he served as Chief of Narcotics and Chief of Juvenile Justice. In 1987, he prosecuted the first New York State televised felony trial. During his career as a criminal prosecutor, Mr. Pincus successfully litigated thousands of cases, including more than a thousand felony cases before New York Superior Courts. His work encompassed investigation, grand jury, plea negotiation, motion practice, trials, and appeals. He also participated in joint investigations and prosecutions with federal law enforcement agencies and appeared in federal court.

At HoganWillig, Glenn has continued to litigate Vehicle and Traffic Law, criminal and civil cases in local and state courts in New York and in the Federal Courts, including trials in the Western and Northern Districts of New York, and Appeals before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.  

Mr. Pincus also served as an adjunct instructor at the University at Buffalo Law School teaching trial technique.  

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Professional & Community Activities

Bar Association of Erie County, Member
New York State Bar Association, Member
University at Buffalo Law Alumni Association, Member

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Publications & Articles

News

Publications & Articles

  • An Empire State Prosecutor's Primer to the Controlled Substance Schedules, Empire State Prosecutor, Winter 2011
  • Courts and Prosecutors Face New Hate Crimes Act, New York Law Journal, Sept. 21, 2000
  • Comment, The "NEPA-Abroad" Controversy: Unresolved by an Executive Order, Buffalo Law Review, 1981

Admissions

  • New York State, 1983
    U.S. District Court, Western District of New York, 1984
    U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York, 2012

Education

J.D., 1982, State University of New York at Buffalo Law School, cum laude

  •  Articles Editor, Buffalo Law Review

Teaching Fellow, Ed.M. Candidate, Boston University School of Education

M.A. in Secondary Education/Biology, Adelphi University

B.S. in Biology, Tufts University

  •   Minor in Political Science
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