Last year State Senator Kevin Parker (D-Brooklyn) got in some hot water after he assaulted a Post photographer who was trying to get a photo of his house. And today a Brooklyn Supreme Court jury found him guilty of misdemeanor charges in the case but not of felony charges. Which means that the recently re-elected Parker will not be automatically removed from his seat. Of course, as we learned from the case of Hiram Monserrate, misdemeanor charges can still get you booted from the Senate. Considering Parker's reputation for a hot head, this should get interesting.
Sen. Kevin Parker Convicted Of Misdemeanor Charges
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