George Wolff, most recently the Oregon State Bar's referral and information services manager, has been tapped by the New York City Bar to head the Legal Referral Service, replacing the current execut
Queens Family Court Judge Stephen Bogacz faulted a police script that attempted to explain Miranda rights to juveniles with wording the judge said was "inaccurate at best, and misleading at worst.
The Suffolk County Police Department will boost officer training on the investigation of hate crimes and improve outreach to local Latino communities under a tentative agreement reached with the U.S.
The judiciary's quest for its first budget hike in more than five years has elicited, if not an outright endorsement, at least empathy and preliminary support from two key lawmakers and other importa
Because the progress on interior finishes at the site have "not met expectations," a spokesman for the Dormitory Authority said, "as of today" the expected completion date would occur by March 31, 20
A foreclosure action on a residential mortgage, triggered by a default on the commercial loan the mortgage was used as collateral for a personal guaranty of, is not entitled to a mandatory settlement
A man who fled to Ecuador, where he stayed for years after being involved in a fatal Long Island car accident, could not convince a judge that prosecuting him under a 2001 indictment would violate hi
Justice Sheryl Parker said prosecutors used a definition of "school grounds" that applies to sale of controlled substances charges, not the one for weapons possession
Bobby Kim pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges including second- and third-degree grand larceny and scheme to defraud in the first degree
A federal judge is refusing to suppress statements made by the purported son-in-law of Osama Bin Laden to FBI agents as he was brought to the United States to face terrorism charges in connection wit
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