Victor appears back in Chenango County; awaits new trial date

NORWICH – A re-trial of the man dubbed Norwich’s ‘drug kingpin’ is set to be put off even further, pending an expected response from the Court of Appeals.

Michael Victor Jr., who was convicted of 10 separate drugs, weapons, and conspiracy charges in September, 2011, and subsequently sentenced to 39 years in state prison, made his first appearance back in a Chenango County Courtroom since his conviction was overturned, on Thursday, Oct. 12.

Donned in the bright orange garb of the Chenango County Correctional Facility, Victor appeared with new defense counsel Christopher Grace. Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride represented the people in the matter.

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