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WNY justices disciplined for improper donations

The disciplining of two Erie County justices, announced Tuesday, is a reminder for the judiciary to abide by state rules when it comes to political donations, particularly this time of year when political campaigns are in full swing. Hamburg Village ...

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Finding more effective ways to discipline students

Community schools, memorandums of understanding and restorative practices are just a few of the solutions communities have been coming up with to keep kids in school. Studies show zero-tolerance policies, started in the 1980s as part of the “war on ...

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Justices disciplined

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct released public censures Wednesday in unrelated cases against a village court justice in Dutchess County and a town court justice in Jefferson County.  The commission determined that Robert P. Apple, a Pawling ...

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Justices disciplined in Chenango County

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct has determined that one town justice in Chenango County should be censured and another should leave office in connection with a traffic-ticket-fixing incident.

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Child discipline and the law

The lines between discipline and child abuse are not clearly defined. Most people would agree that children need discipline, but their thoughts on how to administer it and what is excessive vary from across the street to around the world.

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