Joseph Romano, enraged over his imprisonment in a multimillion-dollar coin fraud scheme, opted for "gruesome and deadly" revenge by plotting to have a federal judge and prosecutor killed and to keep
Martin Tankleff, who spent more than 17 years in prison before his convictions for murdering his parents were vacated, has settled his unjust conviction and imprisonment lawsuit against New York Stat
An accused art thief's attorney wants CBS to produce raw footage of a television series following Brooklyn prosecutors that he says could help his client's defense, but the network is refusing to coo
After getting attacked while trying to free a dog's tangled paw in Central Park, a woman was bitten by a Manhattan appellate court that tossed her personal injury action
Joseph Romano's attorneys said they would assert entrapment in light of prosecutors' decision not to call a cooperating informant they say induced the defendant to enter into the conspiracies as a wi
"It was a wonderful 10 years. I'll miss the experience," former Nassau County Court judge David Ayres said. "I'm equally as excited about entering this chapter.
Family members of those buried in a Queens cemetery lack standing to sue a synagogue to enforce a trust established for the perpetual care of lots there, but a man who paid for the care of three plot
"We are concerned that the respect for court orders...and the authoritative voice of the Court of Appeals are undermined each time an untimely motion is considered simply by labeling it a 'cross moti
Eastern District Judge Edward Korman found that there was only a "remote possibility" of a border search. Moreover, "a careful reading" of Department of Homeland Security directives indicated they we
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