With over 60 plus Correction Officers showing their support in the court room for fellow Correction Officer Dale Moore, the COBA along with their legal team, today successfully convinced a Kings County Supreme Court Justice to drastically reduce Officer Moore's bail, which had been originally set at $2 million to $150,000.

Following the judge's decision, Correction Officers' Benevolent Association President Norman Seabrook said,"This was the right decision that Kings County State Supreme Court Judge Sheryl L. Parker ordered in this matter. As you have often heard me say and it is an indisputable fact, even accused terrorists do not get slapped with a $ 2 million dollar bail. This should never have happened in the first place."

President Seabrook added, "I'd like to thank Judge Parker for her reasonable approach to the law. This is a prime example of the type of good judgement a justice should exercise in these types of matters involving law enforcement officers and I commend her for that. I'd also like to thank Officer Moore's attorney Steven Isaacs, of Koehler and Isaacs LLP for his professional representation of Officer Moore in this case. COBA's law firm Koehler and Isaacs has successfully represented thousands of Correction Officers for many years and for that we are truly grateful."