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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Richard Kuh, American lawyer, died he was 90.


Richard Henry Kuh  was a partner at the law firm of Warshaw Burstein Cohen Schlesinger & Kuh, LLP. He was New York County District Attorney in 1974 died he was 90..
(April 27, 1921 – November 17, 2011)

Education

Kuh received a Bachelor of Arts, Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University in 1941, and his Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School with magna cum laude distinction in 1948.[1] At Harvard, Kuh was also on the Board of Editors for the Harvard Law Review.

New York County District Attorney's Office

As a New York County Assistant D.A., Kuh served as Administrative Assistant to District Attorney Frank S. Hogan and Chief of the Criminal Courts Bureau. Kuh was the prosecutor who won the controversial conviction of Lenny Bruce on obscenity charges.[2]
In 1974, Kuh succeeded Hogan as District Attorney of New York County after Hogan suffered a stroke and resigned. In September 1974, Kuh was defeated by Robert M. Morgenthau in the Democratic primary for the special election to fill the vacancy.[3] Kuh was DA when Philippe Petit made his famous tightrope walk between Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and famously agreed that his punishment should be a free show for children in Central Park.[4]

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