Perry Carbone

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Perry A. Carbone is the Chief of the White Plains Division for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York and is in his 27th year as a prosecutor. Mr. Carbone began his prosecutorial career at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, where he was assigned to the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor and later prosecuted organized crime figures in the Rackets Bureau, Labor Racketeering Unit. Beginning in 1994, Mr. Carbone worked as an AUSA in the District of New Jersey where he prosecuted numerous high profile public corruption cases in the Special Prosecutions Division. Mr. Carbone has been a prosecutor in the SDNY since 2003 where he has continued to prosecute high profile white collar and public corruption cases. During his career as a federal prosecutor, Mr. Carbone held a number of leadership positions including, most recently, Chief of the White Plains Division. In addition to supervising cases in the White Plains Division, Mr. Carbone also serves as primary liaison with law enforcement agencies and other prosecutorial offices on matters relating to the White Plains Division. As a prosecutor, Mr. Carbone has received numerous awards for his outstanding work. Most recently, in 2015, Mr. Carbone received the Attorney General’s John Marshall Award for Outstanding Legal Achievement for Trial Litigation. Mr. Carbone has also lectured on federal corruption issues at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina and the FBI training academy in Quantico, Virginia.  Mr. Carbone began his career as a Law Clerk in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.  He also worked as a litigation associate at the law firm Weil Gotschal and Manges and the Chief Compliance Officer at a G.E. Capital Corp. company.  Mr. Carbone graduated cum laude from Albany Law School in 1986, and with a B.A. in Economics, cum laude from SUNY at New Paltz in 1982.