A jury was picked Tuesday to weigh whether a man convicted of murdering two undercover detectives should be put to death, but not before the presiding judge tossed three prospective jurors who had be
After being suspended last year for allegedly neglecting client matters and not supplying subpoenaed escrow account records, Joseph Mainiero of Manhattan was disbarred
Eastern District Judge Nina Gershon has ordered Arab Bank to pay $1.3 million in a lawsuit by victims of terrorist attacks in Israel
A 4-year-old boy caught in the middle of a bitter international custody dispute must return to Singapore with his father, despite claims from his mother that the move would put him in "grave risk" of
Ownership of the well-known song "Happy Birthday to You" is under dispute after a company filed a putative class action lawsuit seeking a declaration that the tune is in the public domain and not cop
A man accused of violating an order of protection by showing up at his mother's apartment does not have standing to contest his apprehension there, a judge has ruled
The plaintiffs, Eastern District Judge Joseph Bianco said, "failed to establish at this juncture" that the attorneys would be called as witnesses at trial and that their testimony would be prejudicia
"The question is one of timing, not of necessity," said Eastern District Magistrate Judge Robert Levy, calling the Brooklyn District Attorney's deposition in Jabbar Collins' lawsuit "inevitable.
In a June 6 memorandum, Eastern District Judge Nicholas Garaufis said an approximately three-month jury selection process was "nearly complete" for the retrial of Ronell Wilson, who was convicted for
After beating back a court challenge from several bar groups, the Bloomberg administration expects to have in place this summer a plan that will significantly limit the number of cases handled by ind
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