Nunez has not been charged with starting the fire that destroyed the building at 381 Washington Ave. in Uptown Kingston, next to his dental office, but has been charged with felony counts of falsifying business records, grand larceny and insurance fraud in connection with an allegedly fraudulent $8,400 insurance claim he filed as a result of the blaze. Williams ruled Wednesday that if Nunez takes the stand, prosecutors can ask him if he was convicted of the prior crimes but not about the underlying facts of those convictions, because Nunez plans to appeal his convictions once hes sentenced. Williams said to let the prosecution delve into the reasons for the convictions while an appeal is pending could result in any convictions in the insurance fraud case being overturned. Prosecutors will be permitted to introduce into evidence the initial application for insurance coverage that Nunez filed, Williams ruled, saying they are highly relevant to Nunezs intent and contain necessary background information leading up to the alleged actions. Prosecutors claim that Nunez filed fraudulent insurance claims following the Feb. 20, 2014, fire that destroyed the Washington Avenue building. His attorneys, though, say their client did absolutely nothing wrong and that the amount cited in the indictment represents a tiny fraction of an otherwise undisputed claim for the building. Albanese, appointed special prosecutor in the case, submitted to the court a list of 36 potential witnesses but said she probably will call roughly 20 witnesses to the stand during the trial. Nunezs attorney, Evan Lipton, did not say whether Nunez would take the stand. Nunez was found not guilty on June 14 in the November 2011 death of Thomas Kolman.
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