...for summary judgment. The motion was referred to a Judicial Hearing Officer (JHO) by the court to hear and report. The JHO granted Sudit'...
...nonparty appellant, unanimously affirmed, without costs. The report of a JHO should be confirmed "whenever the findings contained therein are supported by the...
...Pre-trial suppression hearings were held before the Hon. Arthur J. Cooperman (JHO), who denied each defendant's motion to suppress, including those portions...
New York Law Journal
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