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Fourth Department — Sufficiency of Evidence: People v. Caldwell

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Sufficiency of Evidence Intent People v. Caldwell KA 10-02198 Appealed from Herkimer County Court Background: The defendant was convicted of second-degree attempted murder and first-degree assault. On appeal, he contended that the evidence concerning his intent ...

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Fourth Department — Driving While Intoxicated: People v. Davis

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Driving While Intoxicated Sufficiency of Evidence People v. Davis KA 10-00813 Appealed from Oswego County Court Background: The defendant was convicted upon a jury trial of driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a ...

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Second Circuit — Depraved Indifference: Parker v. Ercole

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Depraved Indifference Sufficiency of Evidence — Ineffective Assistance Parker v. Ercole 10-2510-cv Judges Kearse, McLaughlin and Cabranes Background: The plaintiff, an inmate in the custody of the New York Department of Correctional ...

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Aggravated Vehicular Assault: People v. Joseph

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Aggravated Vehicular Assault Sufficiency of Evidence People v. Joseph KA 09-01075 Appealed from Supreme Court, Monroe County Background: An off-duty police officer from Greece, N.Y., was convicted on several different charges following a bench trial, including ...

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Sufficiency of the Evidence: People v. Carrasquillo

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Sufficiency of the Evidence Accomplice Corroboration People v. Carrasquillo KA 09-02116 Appealed from Supreme Court, Onondaga Court Background: Convicted at trial of first-degree attempted arson and second-degree conspiracy, the defendant argued on appeal that the evidence ...

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