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Rights brochure for domestic violence victims

Marking October as the 28th annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today issued a “Victims of Domestic Violence: Know Your Rights” brochure. The guide, available under the “latest news” section at www.ag.ny.gov, is intended to raise ...

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Rights brochure for domestic violence victims

 Marking October as the 28th annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today issued a “Victims of Domestic Violence: Know Your Rights” brochure. The guide, available under the “latest news” section at www.ag.ny.gov, is intended to raise ...

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Retired Buffalo cop sentenced

Patrick S. O’Mara, 54, of Buffalo, who was convicted of wire fraud for falsely claiming he had been injured on duty as a police officer, has been sentenced by Senior U.S. District Judge William M Skretny to six months in ...

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NY courts mark International Translation Day

 The New York State Unified Court System, commemorating International Translation Day, reassures its commitment to ensuring access to courts and court services and effectively meeting the needs of people with limited English language proficiency, including those who are deaf or ...

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Jury convicts man in shooting death

 A Monroe County jury Friday found Robert Moore III guilty of second-degree murder in connection with the Jan. 8 killing of 21-year-old Justin McLaren of Rochester. Moore was also convicted of  second-degree manslaughter,  first-degree attempted robbery, second-degree criminal possession of ...

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