As the Albany County district attorney and local judge remain locked in battle over whether the prosecutor can drop a case against four protestors, a defense attorney suggests that those with the mos
...Kindlon, Shanks & Associates, Albany (Lee C. Kindlon of counsel), for appellant. ...
A power struggle between an upstate district attorney and a local judge is heading to an appellate court, which has been asked to determine whether a jurist can force a district attorney, under threa
... Diack's appellate attorney, Kathy Manley of Kindlon Shanks & Associates, said she was "disappointed" in the ruling and...
New Jersey Law Journal
...larceny. Kindlon's father is Terence L. Kindlon of Kindlon Shanks & Associates in Albany. Kindlon Jr. passed the bar exam last year...
According to New York state, 345 law enforcement agencies are currently videotaping interrogations. But there are more than 500 law enforcement agencies in the state, and many of the smaller police d
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
According to the state, 345 law enforcement agencies are currently videotaping interrogations. But there are more than 500 law enforcement agencies in New York, and many of the smaller police departm
In an unusual tug-of-war between the court and a prosecutor over whether a district attorney can decline to prosecute a criminal matter already under way, a judge in Albany has concluded that while a
...Albany, NY. Kathy Manley, of counsel, Kindlon, Shanks & Associates, Albany, NY. Christopher D. Horn, of...
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