The Third Department decided that, contrary to the defendant's contentions that the 2003 unlawful surveillance law applies only to "peeping Toms" who hide video cameras in bathrooms or dressing rooms
...NYLJ, Nov. 18). Bratton is being named to lead the NYPD as it tries to maintain a historic drop in crime and an...
Queens Family Court Judge Stephen Bogacz faulted a police script that attempted to explain Miranda rights to juveniles with wording the judge said was "inaccurate at best, and misleading at worst.
...decision by the New York City Police Department's License Division (NYPD License Division) was rational, not arbitrary or capricious, and not an abuse...
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