Two men were arrested and sentenced 25 years to life for the murder, but one of men's family still argue that Hynes mishandled the case.
Both the family and Noth are now asking Hynes replacement Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson to reopen the case. After serving for 23 years, Hynes was marred last year by a scandal that forced his office to re-open 50 murder cases.
"This is a really big deal. What prosecutors are able to get away with is so unbelievable," Noth told the Daily News of the Fisher case.
Hynes, in turn, told the paper that Noth was "vacuous and shallow."