Sentencing week in Westchester

Starting tomorrow, five convicted felons are set to receive their prison sentences in Westchester County. As often happens in court, any of the sentencings can be re-scheduled, but here’s the expected lineup:

Wednesday, before acting state Supreme Court Justice Robert Neary

Shand Nash, convicted of manslaughter for fatally shooting of a Mount Vernon man in the throat after a heated argument.

UPDATE: Nash was sentenced to 22 years in state prison.

Adalberto Marquez, a Yonkers taxi driver convicted of sexual abuse and unlawful imprisonment for molesting a female passenger at knife-point.

UPDATE: Marquez was sentenced to 7 years in state prison, the maximum allowed by law.

Thursday, before state Supreme Court Justice Lester Adler

Dequan Duncan, who fatally stabbed a Yonkers cab driver to beat an $8 fare. Pleaded guilty to murder and agreed to serve 18 years to life but then hired a new lawyer to rescind the plea deal.

UPDATE: Duncan was sentenced to 18 years, per the plea deal, but his family plans to appeal.

Friday, before state Supreme Court Justice William Wetzel

David Greene, convicted of murder for the drive-by shooting of a Yonkers man who criticized Greene’s driving and cursed him on the street. Read the story here.

UPDATE: Greene was sentenced to 23 years in state prison.

David Sanchez, who brutally attacked a staff counselor whom he was dating at Sunset House in Thornwood, a psychiatric group home where he lived. Pleaded guilty to felony assault.

UPDATE: Sanchez was sentenced to 5 years in state prison, per the plea deal.