A Kingston dentist whose sensational murder trial last year ended in acquittal will spend at least two years in state prison for convictions on charges of perjury and insurance fraud.
The Kingston dentist was acquitted of murder in a high-profile case featured on two true crime network news shows, only to find himself back in jail after being found guilty of three felonies connected with a false statement made on a pistol permit application.
A Kingston dentist who was acquitted of murder this summer is expected back in court later this month to stand trial on insurance fraud charges.
A Kingston dentist accused in the 2011 poisoning death of his friend and romantic rival was acquitted of murder charges
A Kingston dentist accused in the 2011 poisoning death of his friend and romantic rival was acquitted of murder charges in
Kingston dentist Dr. Gilberto Nunez, accused in the poisoning death of his friend and romantic rival, Tom Kolman, was acquitted
The discovery of Thomas Kolman’s body in his car in a gym parking lot was the beginning of an
Obsession. Manipulation. Deception. According to prosecutor MaryEllen Albanese, those three motives are what drove Kingston dentist Gilberto Nunez to kill