Joseph Romano, enraged over his imprisonment in a multimillion-dollar coin fraud scheme, opted for "gruesome and deadly" revenge by plotting to have a federal judge and prosecutor killed and to keep
In his Environmental Law column, Michael B. Gerrard of Columbia Law School reviews laws that were signed by Governor Cuomo in 2013 regarding notice requirements in the Brownfield Cleanup Program, mer
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Martin Tankleff, who spent more than 17 years in prison before his convictions for murdering his parents were vacated, has settled his unjust conviction and imprisonment lawsuit against New York Stat
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