A lawyer for New York City insisted yesterday that plaintiffs have thoroughly failed to prove that New York City police violate the U.S. Constitution on a massive scale by stopping, questioning and f
Judge Scheindlin has never had a problem going against police and prosecutors where she is convinced that constitutional rights are being sacrificed in the name of security. Whether such rights are b
Southern District Judge Shira Scheindlin demanded that the Law Department produce two NYPD officers for identification by a black plaintiff who claims he was stopped, questioned and frisked without r
Lawyers for New York City will be waging an uphill battle starting March 18 as they try to convince a federal judge, who has seemed skeptical so far, that the Police Department's stop-and-frisk anti-
...Jonathan C. Moore, Esq., Jennifer Borchetta, Esq., Beldock Levine & Hoffman LLP, New York, NY. For Ligon...
...Plaintiff is represented by: Cynthia Rollings of Beldock, Levine & Hoffman, LLP. The City is represented by...
Ten years ago, a Manhattan judge vacated the convictions of five men for raping and beating a jogger in Central Park. For almost the entire time since then, the city and the five have battled - with
The city claims its needs the footage as part of its effort to defend itself against a $250 million lawsuit in which five men whose convictions for raping a 28-year-old investment banker as she jogge
...M. Kleinman, Robert L. Herbst, and Spencer B. Freedman of Beldock Levine & Hoffman LLP, and David Milton and William H. Goodman of Moore...
...Union; and Michael L. Spiegel and Jonathan C. Moore of Beldock Levine & Hoffman, arguing for the plaintiffs ...
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