Buffalo will be well represented as the New York State Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section holds its annual awards luncheon Thursday in the New York Marriott Marquis in Manhattan.
Buffalo attorney John W. Condon Jr. will be honored with the Service to the Bar and Community Award. Crystalea Burns Pelletier, first deputy Buffalo police commissioner, will receive the Police Contribution to the Criminal Justice System Award.
The Charles F. Crimi Memorial Award for Outstanding Practitioner will be given to a former Buffalo attorney, Herald Price Fahringer, now practicing in New York City.
The awards program is part of the state bar's 122nd annual meeting, which began Monday and continues through Friday.