New York CPL 210.40 (1)(H)
\The eighth factor the Court must consider is the impact of a dismissal on the safety or welfare of the community. CPL 210.40 (1)(h) This Court discerns no impact of a dismissal on the safety or welfare of the community.
The Court can consider as a ninth factor, where the court deems it appropriate, the attitude of the complainant or victim with respect to this motion. CPL 210.40(1)(i).
In eople v. Watson, 182 Misc 2d 644, 700 N.Y.S.2d 651 (Crim. Ct, Bronx County 1999), the defendant was charged with the crime of endangering the welfare of a child.
The Watson court, in considering the defendant's application, to dismiss in the furtherance of justice analyzed this factor, as follows:
"The public would view the system as unconcerned or cavalier about the welfare of children". Watson at 652.