A State Supreme Court justice from the Bronx should be censured for using her staffers to watch her child while she was on the bench and inviting them to pray with the judge in her chambers, the stat
Mandatory electronic filing has been expanded to include some Supreme Court filings in Onondaga and Suffolk counties under a directive from Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti
An upstate health clinic is not liable for the confidentiality breach that occurred when one of its nurses revealed to a patient's girlfriend that he had a sexually transmitted disease, the state Cou
The study was based on testimony from nearly two dozen prosecutors, court administrators, defense attorneys and others at a public hearing last month on judicial budget cuts sponsored by NYCLA
The state Commission on Judicial Conduct unanimously recommended Thursday that a state Supreme Court justice from the Bronx be censured for asking staffers to pray with her in her chambers and watch
"We have an enviable financial position, strong membership and a vast array of new and exciting member initiatives," Patricia Bucklin wrote in an email to members announcing her upcoming departure as
The governor said in his State of the State address that New York and North Carolina are the only states that allow teens as young as 16 to be prosecuted in adult criminal courts. "Our juvenile justi
A village court justice from Rockland County should be censured for a drunken driving arrest in which he became combative with police and refused to take a breathalyzer test, the state Commission on
Raymond Lavallee, the one-time rackets bureau chief of the Nassau County district attorney's office, was among four men charged Tuesday with masterminding a scheme to fraudulently secure hundreds of
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