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Raucci’s arson conviction stands

Court: Menacing acts properly tried in Schenectady County

Steven Raucci is escorted from the Schenectady County Courthouse following his sentencing in June 2010.
Steven Raucci is escorted from the Schenectady County Courthouse following his sentencing in June 2010.
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The Appellate Division of the state Supreme Court on Thursday upheld arson and other convictions against former Schenectady schools facilities director Steven Raucci, ruling against the defense on nearly every issue raised. The court upheld Raucci’s first-degree arson conviction, the charge that provides the basis of Raucci’s 23-years-to-life sentence. The court also ruled against the defense on more thorny issues of jurisdiction, finding convictions based on attempted bombings outside of Schenectady County were properly tried ...


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