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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 16, 2001

No Basis For False Incrimination A defendant’s motion to suppress his statements made to police because they were made involuntarily was denied. The defendant admitted to firing his gun on the night of a robbery and shooting. The defendant, who ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 15, 2001

Indictment Valid Despite Incorrect Crime Date A motion to dismiss an indictment charging the defendant with Forgery in the Second degree, Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the Second Degree (three counts), Attempted Petit Larceny and Grand Larceny in ...

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Two courts rule on severance pay issues

Two recent cases concerning what happens on termination of employment are of significance to employers and employees alike. The first deals with what an employee can expect an employer to pay when employment is severed. The second deals with what ...

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