At Alabama, one of the team’s best players allegedly delivered a gun that was used in a fatal shooting. At New Mexico State, a player avoided charges for shooting and killing a student in what he said was self-defense, even ...Read More »
In post-Roe world, college coaches search for middle ground
The conversation Cecile Landi never imagined she’d feel compelled to have with the gymnasts she coaches came abruptly last summer, shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Landi, who competed for her native France at the 1996 ...Read More »
Rape conviction reversed over lack of evidence
A New York appeals court has reversed a rape conviction due to a lack of evidence.
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Rochester community remembers lawyer Paul K. Lange
The Rochester legal community is grieving the loss of one of its most beloved trial lawyers, Paul K. Lange, Esq., who passed away on Dec. 27, 2022.Read More »
Sexual assault reports increase at U.S. military academies
WASHINGTON (AP) — Reported sexual assaults at U.S. military academies shot up during the 2021-22 school year, and one in five female students told an anonymous survey that they had experienced unwanted sexual contact, The Associated Press has learned. The ...Read More »
Split verdict for ex-Fox execs in soccer rights bribe case
NEW YORK (AP) — A former Fox executive was convicted Thursday of paying tens of millions of dollars in bribes to nab broadcasting rights to the World Cup and other top soccer matches. A second ex-executive was acquitted. A Brooklyn ...Read More »
Car accident lawsuit dismissed
A New York appeals court has reversed a lower court ruling and dismissed a lawsuit seeking damages for injuries suffered in a car accident.
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Court denies latest challenge to Whole Foods plaza
A state Supreme Court Justice has ruled that the town of Brighton and developers of the Whole Foods Market plaza complied with state law regarding easements and parklands.Read More »
City revokes Main Street Armory license after deadly stampede
Rochester city officials have notified the owner of the Main Street Armory that his application to renew his license to operate has been denied.
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Visa pauses decision to track purchases at gun shops
Visa is pausing their decision to start categorizing purchases at gun shops, a significant win for conservative groups and Second Amendment advocates who felt that tracking gun shop purchases would inadvertently discriminate against legal firearms purchases. The decision is, at ...Read More »
Monroe County Conflict Defender adds resource attorney
Rochester attorney D. Scott Young has joined the Monroe County Conflict Defender’s Office in the newly created position of resource attorney.
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AG settles with mortgage servicer that failed to offer relief during pandemic
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a $350,000 settlement with a mortgage server that failed to offer mandated mortgage relief.Read More »