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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 22, 2001

Motion To Dismiss Charge Denied The defendant’s motion to dismiss the Assault in the First Degree charge against him is denied. The defendant asserted that the Grand Jury proceeding was defective because the assistant district attorney did not comply with ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 21, 2001 (8032)

Statements Ruled Voluntary A defendant’s motion to suppress his statements made to police investigators because they were made involuntarily was denied. “The People have proved beyond a reasonable doubt the voluntariness of the defendant’s statement. The defendant was fully advised ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: March 21, 2001

Statements Ruled Voluntary A defendant’s motion to suppress his statements made to police investigators because they were made involuntarily was denied. “The People have proved beyond a reasonable doubt the voluntariness of the defendant’s statement. The defendant was fully advised ...

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Court rules on patent infringement case

Looking at the procedural aspects of patent infringement litigation in Bausch & Lomb, Inc. v. Allergan, Inc., 00-CV-60035L, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York denied the plaintiff’s motion to strike the defendant’s affirmative defense and ...

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