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Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes announces the arrest of 26 people in raids
NYP96012802-28JAN96-BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, USA: Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes announces at a press confernce, January 28, the arrest of 26 people in raids on illegal Wire rooms and Betting locations in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.The raids shut 14 illegal wagering sites and netted in betting slips valued in excess of $ 250,000 and about $ 25,000 in cash and equipment. UPI hrc/Hayden Roger Celestin
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Charles Joseph Hynes (May 28, 1935) is the current district attorney of Kings County, New York (Brooklyn). A Democrat, Hynes first elected to office in 1989 and is currently serving a fifth term.

Hynes attended St. Ann's Academy (now Archbishop Molloy High School) in Briarwood, Queens. He received his J.D. from St. John's University in Jamaica, Queens.

Hynes worked for the Legal Aid Society before joining the Kings County District Attorney's Office as an Assistant District Attorney in 1969. In 1971, Hynes was appointed as Chief of the Rackets Bureau and later was named First Assistant District Attorney.

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