The state appellate courthouse in Brooklyn was the site of oral arguments Friday as judges consider the appeal of Daniel Pelosi, the Center Moriches man convicted in 2004 of murdering investment banker Ted Ammon in 2001 in the victim’s East Hampton mansion in October 2001.
Pelosi was arrested for Ammon’s murder on March 24, 2004, and his trial began October 13, 2004. After deliberating for three days, the jury found Pelosi guilty of murder in the second degree on December 14, 2004.
Pelosi, 51, is incarcerated in the maximum security Great Meadow Correctional Facility. He will be eligible for parole in August of 2031.
Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Appeals Bureau ADA Thomas Costello represents the People; Richard E. Mischel is Pelosi’s appellate attorney.