Syracuse, N.Y. - The man that admitted that he was driving drunk and high when he killed three people in a crash in February continues
his search for a new lawyer.
Anthony Saccone was in court yesterday because Onondaga County DA Bill Fitzpatrick wanted to know whether Saccone has hired a new attorney after firing his in the middle of court last week. He hasn't. Saccone in court said that he can afford one and is confident he will be able to get a new lawyer and not rely on a court-appointed attorney.
Sentencing which had been scheduled for Friday has been delayed, however, Saccone will still be in court for another update on his search.