Helen Fabick was an honors student who in February 2014 was supposed to attend a daddy-daughter dance at her high school. Instead, her father found the 17-year-old dead in her bed. “If this sounds like a nightmare, it has definitely ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – A federal appeals court panel on Thursday largely affirmed the convictions of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling, who was found guilty in 2015 of giving classified information to a journalist in a case that free press advocates worry ...Read More »
A one-time candidate for governor of New York who publicly insulted former President Barack Obama and his wife may be booted off the Buffalo School Board. A hearing is scheduled to begin Thursday in Albany over whether wealthy developer Carl ...Read More »
A civil case pending in a New York state appeals court is testing the limits of state legislation that protects journalists from revealing anonymous sources. Murray Energy Corporation, a coal mining company, is seeking an order from the state Supreme ...
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A man convicted of driving despite having his license revoked or suspended 44 times had his conviction overturned and could get a new trial because the judge failed to share two jury notes with the defense. Michael K. Holloman was ...
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Lou Cristo, president of Trevett Cristo P.C., is a proud member of the Rochester legal community. Cristo focuses on commercial services, personal services, litigation, insurance defense, commercial litigation, and personal injury law. The son of a lawyer, he grew up ...Read More »
Three men have been charged with second-degree murder. Genesis Colon, 22, Alvin Hancock, 29, and Tyshon Myles, 25, were arraigned Wednesday before Monroe County Court Judge Vincent M. Dinolfo. In addition to two counts of second-degree murder, each defendant is ...Read More »
A village justice in Rockland County has resigned because of a 39-year-old felony conviction. Spring Valley Village Justice Jacques Michel resigned because a 1978 felony conviction which disqualified him from being a judge, according to the state Commission on Judicial Conduct. ...Read More »
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has been under fire in recent months for his contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential race, has retained the services of Washington lawyer Charles Cooper, a longtime friend. Cooper was seen sitting behind ...Read More »
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has filed a federal lawsuit against anti-abortion protesters who he claims repeatedly harass and threaten patients at an abortion clinic in Queens. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in Brooklyn federal court alleges that every Saturday ...
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