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NY Court of Appeals lists latest filings

A list of appeals with short title, jurisdictional predicate, subject matter and key issues is prepared each week and filed with the New York State Court of Appeals. Some of these filed appeals may never reach decision on the merits ...

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Rochester’s Lawyers Guild to hold annual votive mass

The Annual Red Mass, also called the Votive Mass of the Holy Spirit, requests divine assistance on behalf of judges and lawyers and others associated with the legal community. Joseph A. F. Valenti, Esq., president of the St. Thomas More ...

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Monroe County’s Volunteer Legal Services Project kicks off recruitment drive

Be sure to check your mailboxes this month for something special from the Volunteer Legal Services Project. In an effort to increase the number of attorneys providing pro bono legal help, VLSP has launched a major recruitment campaign. The theme ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: September 13, 2001 (9806)

Sufficiency Of Evidence The evidence presented to the Grand Jury was legally sufficient to support the charges and hence a motion to dismiss is denied. The defendant is charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the First ...

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NY Court of Appeals lists latest filings (9807)

A list of appeals with short title, jurisdictional predicate, subject matter and key issues is prepared each week and filed with the New York State Court of Appeals. Some of these filed appeals may never reach decision on the merits ...

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Rochester’s Lawyers Guild to hold annual votive mass (9802)

The Annual Red Mass, also called the Votive Mass of the Holy Spirit, requests divine assistance on behalf of judges and lawyers and others associated with the legal community. Joseph A. F. Valenti, Esq., president of the St. Thomas More ...

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Rochester Legal Briefs: September 12, 2001

Evidence Supports Indictment A motion to dismiss or reduce an indictment against the defendant because the evidence presented to the Grand Jury was legally insufficient to support the charge is denied. The defendant is charged with Criminal Possession of a ...

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American Bar Assn. publishes booklet explaining how unified family courts work

Are unified family courts the answer to court systems bogged down by the complexities of family dysfunction and disintegration∴ To help answer that question the American Bar Association has just released, Unified Family Courts: Justice Delivered, a booklet that provides ...

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