"I knew when I took the job that I would be here for only four years," Michael Cardozo said. Twelve years and three terms as corporation counsel later, Cardozo returns to Proskauer, having held the p
Charles Hynes, an aggressive crime fighter who has been praised for his innovative community initiatives, leaves office on Dec. 31 after having been repudiated by voters who had chosen him six times
...wrong verdict. His acknowledgment has teed up a post-conviction challenge some observers are calling unprecedented. After a two-day bench trial in...
An upstate man sentenced to 150 days in jail for contempt will get another chance to avoid lock-up, thanks to an appellate judge who wasn't even present when the case was argued
The judiciary's quest for its first budget hike in more than five years has elicited, if not an outright endorsement, at least empathy and preliminary support from two key lawmakers and other importa
Arguing that a Second Circuit panel ran afoul of normal procedures for disqualification and reassignment when it stripped Judge Scheindlin of the stop-and-frisk cases, a group of retired judges and l
The panel clarified that it had not ruled that Judge Scheindlin violated the code of conduct, only that the "appearance" of partiality required reassignment, and said "We know of no precedent suggest
With the defeat of a proposed constitutional amendment that would have increased the retirement age of some judges, Governor Andrew Cuomo will likely have the opportunity to name a new chief judge an
...hopeful voters will re-elect him today to a second term. Most observers would say he doesn't have much to worry about....
As a bruising race approaches its end, Kenneth Thompson predicts he will win by an even larger margin than his convincing primary victory over six-term incumbent Charles Hynes. But Hynes is hopeful h
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