...exceeded their powers, violated law, and acted arbitrarily and capriciously by adopting rules establishing the Nissan NV200 as the "Taxi of Tomorrow" and...
...to 28 U.S.C. §636(b)(1)(B) and Local Rule 72.3(d), United States Magistrate Judge David E. Peebles held an...
New York should adopt a mathematical formula that would function similarly to one used to award child support to determine both the temporary and post-divorce maintenance due the non-monied spouse in
Judge Scheindlin has never had a problem going against police and prosecutors where she is convinced that constitutional rights are being sacrificed in the name of security. Whether such rights are b
A unanimous Third Department panel held in an opinion by Justice John Egan Jr. that a defendant's invocation of the right to silence must be "scrupulously honored" once it is stated in an "unequivoca
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