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Carney notes evolution of DA job at swearing-in for seventh term

Schenectady County District Attorney Robert Carney is sworn in by Schenectady City Court Judge Matthew Sypniewski on Tuesday. Holding the bible is Carney's 90-year-old mother Marjorie R. Carney, while at Sypniewski's right is Assistant District Attorney Gerald A. Dwyer.
Schenectady County District Attorney Robert Carney is sworn in by Schenectady City Court Judge Matthew Sypniewski on Tuesday. Holding the bible is Carney's 90-year-old mother Marjorie R. Carney, while at Sypniewski's right is Assistant District Attorney Gerald A. Dwyer.
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After being sworn in to his seventh term Tuesday, Schenectady County District Attorney Robert Carney listed the many changes in his profession and his county since he first took office nearly a quarter-century ago. Those changes range from DNA testing and electronic evidence to an array of 140 street surveillance cameras and the makeup of his staff. “I think it’s a fair comment to say there’s been more change in my 24 years in office ...

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