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Lopez to run for new seat on City Court

Michael C. Lopez

A longtime attorney in the Monroe County Public Defender’s office is seeking a newly-created seat on Rochester City Court. Michael C. Lopez, who has worked in the office for more than 15 years, said he has represented thousands of people ...

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Lawyer to seek new seat on City Court

Leticia Astacio

A Rochester lawyer is planning to run for a newly-created City Court seat. Leticia D. Astacio, who has operated her own practice since 2011 after leaving the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office, first wanted to run for judge last year. ...

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Court Calendars April 29, 2013

City Court Monday, April 29, 2013 HON. ELLEN YACKNIN 9:30 a.m. Motions 1—Discover Bank v Elaine M Feehan — Cohen & Slamowitz — Tracy P Jong. 2—Capital One Bank USA NA v Shelly D Clements — Forster & Garbus. 3—RH ...

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City Court Jan. 8, 2013

Appellate Division Tuesday, January 8, 2013 10:00 a.m. Hon. Samuel L. Green Courtroom 20.0—Edward B Johnson v Brian Fischer — Norman P Effman — Peter H Schiff. 21.0—Thomas McFadden v Brian Fischer — Leah R Nowotarski — Peter H Schiff. ...

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Court Calendars for Aug. 20, 2012

City Court Monday, August 20, 2012 HON. CHARLES F. CRIMI JR. 9:30 a.m. Motions 1—Capital One Bank USA NA v Cedric G Johnson — Forster & Garbus. 2—Capital One Bank USA NA v David A Striks — Forster & Garbus. ...

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Court Calendars for July 16, 2012

City Court Monday, July 16 2012 HON. TERESA D. JOHNSON 9:30 a.m. Motions 1—MSW Capital LLC v Mercedes Gamble — Pressler & Pressler. 9:30 a.m. Landlord/Tenant 1—HJM Prop LLC v Calan Wilson, 162 Sherman St — John Nacca. 2—Andew Villone ...

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Occupy Rochester charges dismissed

On Thursday, Rochester City Court Civil Division Judge Teresa D. Johnson dismissed New York Penal Law trespass charges and City of Rochester Municipal Code violation charges against 26 Occupy Rochester defendants without prejudice In her ruling, Judge Johnson said Rochester ...

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Superseding Information: People v. Porter

City Court, Geneva Superseding Information Timeliness People v. Porter Judge Buckley Background: The defendant, charged with assault in the third degree, moved to preclude the identification testimony because the people failed to timely serve notice of any testimony regarding the identification ...

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Speeding: People v. Palermo

City Court, City of Geneva Speeding Probable Cause People v. Palermo Justice Buckley Background: The defendant was charged with DWI and speeding on the property of Hobart William Smith Campus. The defendant challenged the probable cause for the stop of ...

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