The lawyer for a convicted killer who won a reduced sentence for his client from the Appellate Division, now will take the case to the New York State Court of Appeals. In a decision released Friday, the Fourth Department panel ...Read More »
Dozens of judges across New York state were recently certified to stay on the bench past the age of 70. Most judges in the state must retire at the end of the year in which they turn 70. But Court ...Read More »
In a move that one expert called “extraordinary,” an appeals court has granted a new trial in a 2009 Monroe County attempted rape case, citing “pervasive prosecutorial misconduct” during the summation. Appointed defense lawyer James Hinman objected to only one ...Read More »
New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Fourth Judicial Department Criminal Possession of a Weapon Sufficiency of Evidence – Constructive Possession People v. Kelly KA 12-00249 Appealed from Monroe County Court Background: The defendant appealed from a conviction of criminal ...
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