Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel to Kraus & Zuchlewski, discusses the stigma of unemployment and the New York City act, which takes effect in mid-June and represents the most assertive legal step taken t
...what is alleged to be a top-down policy of violating the Fourth Amendment and to appoint a court monitor to oversee reform of department...
Shira Scheindlin, who is presiding over one of the most politically charged cases in recent New York City history, says there are too many judges who don't want to deliver controversial rulings. Few
...of sequestration earlier this year, according to the letter from U.S. Circuit Judge Julia Gibbons, the chair of the judicial conference, and U.S...
...The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits "unreasonable searches and...
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