New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer said he wants to review the state constitution's 150-year-old mandate that most judges retire at the end of the year in which they turn 70
The emotion-laden issue of clergy sexual abuse faced the cold calculation of the law Tuesday when New York's Court of Appeals heard pivotal arguments on whether the statute of limitations should be e
In a decision underscoring a national debate over the delivery of health care services, Northern District of New York Judge David N. Hurd is permitting an ambulatory surgery center to pursue a monopo
...had remarried. Judge Hancock, an attorney with his grandfather's firm, Hancock & Estabrook in Syracuse, remains an active and ardent advocate. And nowhere is...
ALBANY Just days before the release of the state budget, a judge in Albany has held that the New York State Legislature exceeded its authority and violated the Constitution last year when it amended
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