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Welfare of child endangered because driver speeds while intoxicated in residential area (9437)

Was injury to a child “likely” within the meaning of the “endangering the welfare of a child,” statute where defendant was charged with speeding and driving while intoxicated≠ On defendant’s motion to dismiss the endangerment charge, were the essential elements ...

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Judge dismisses two counts of indictment

A Monroe County Court judge has tossed out two counts of a four count indictment because the evidence presented to the Grand Jury did not support the two charges. In addition the judge determined that the instructions to the Grand ...

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Judge dismisses two counts of indictment (9408)

A Monroe County Court judge has tossed out two counts of a four count indictment because the evidence presented to the Grand Jury did not support the two charges. In addition the judge determined that the instructions to the Grand ...

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Petitioner’s driver’s license reinstated

Did the Department of Motor Vehicles err when it revoked the petitioner’s driver’s license a full year after the petitioner accidentally let his car insurance lapse and was involved in a car accident≠ In Stephen A. Hall v. New York ...

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Traffic infraction resolved in motorist’s favor

Did the lettering on defendant’s windshield violate New York’s Vehicle and Traffic Law≠ Did defendant have a right to affix something to the top portion of his windshield despite the attempt of the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles to prohibit all ...

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Legal Briefs June 21, 2002

In the Appellate Division, Fourth Department’s decisions released earlier this month, the court evaluated several issues concerning personal injury law and insurance law. PERSONAL INJURY Insurance — Statute Of Limitations The plaintiff-homeowners in 1996 found that their pipes had burst ...

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Legal Briefs June 21, 2002 (9311)

In the Appellate Division, Fourth Department’s decisions released earlier this month, the court evaluated several issues concerning personal injury law and insurance law. PERSONAL INJURY Insurance — Statute Of Limitations The plaintiff-homeowners in 1996 found that their pipes had burst ...

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Towing co.'s claim against AAA Auto Club dismissed (9300)

In a pro se action against the AAA Automobile Club of New York, plaintiff Ruby M. Bowers, d/b/a/ Roadrunner Towing, failed to submit any response to defendant’s motions to dismiss the complaint pursuant to Rules 12(b)(1) and 12(b)(6) of the ...

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Towing co.'s claim against AAA Auto Club dismissed

In a pro se action against the AAA Automobile Club of New York, plaintiff Ruby M. Bowers, d/b/a/ Roadrunner Towing, failed to submit any response to defendant’s motions to dismiss the complaint pursuant to Rules 12(b)(1) and 12(b)(6) of the ...

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Arguments heard on auto lessee, lessor liability (9274)

Are the lessor and lessee of a vehicle responsible when its negligent operation caused the plaintiff to be injured, even though the driver of the vehicle was not authorized to drive it≠In Stanley Murdza v. D.L. Peterson Trust, Brown & ...

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