Financial disclosures due Monday at the state Board of Elections for the 27-day period following the Nov. 5 general election indicated that the Justice for All 2013 committee raised an additional $12
A union representing workers in state health care facilities has sued the state Department of Health over its requirement that employees wear masks when having direct contact with patients if the wor
A former state lawyer should get a hearing over whether to vacate his conviction for harassing his black neighbors, behavior that he said was precipitated by his use of anti-depressants, an upstate a
Southern District Judge Denise Cote dismissed the protesters' false arrest claims but concluded there are enough questions about whether they were subject to unnecessary force for that allegation to
For the third time, the Unified Court System is seeking comment about proposed amendments designed to address concerns that the availability of some personal information in court papers makes identit
The Bloomberg administration's attempt to introduce new eligibility restrictions for single adults seeking temporary admission to New York City's homeless shelters was rejected Tuesday by the state's
A bill providing for the first increase in the number of City Court judges in New York state since 2006 is expect to go to Governor Andrew Cuomo next week—five months after its passage in the L
The Third Department panel noted that the defendant claimed his public defender had coerced him into accepting the guilty plea by advising him to take the offer or "that's it," a claim counsel denied
Lawyers participating in the Veteran Referral Panel agreed to provide free phone consultations with veterans and to offer a 25 percent discount on their regular fees, if retained
A former 19th century inn housing a pagan group whose beliefs hold that the divine female is the source of all earthly life is entitled to a religious exemption from property taxes, a state appeals c
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