Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
Dr. David Brizer pleaded not guilty to the charges in Rockland County Court and remains free on bail. If convicted, Brizer could face up to seven years in prison.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office announced the arrest of 16 people who allegedly staged six “accidents” to get insurance money. They allegedly crashed into buses, livery cabs and cars they rented, and then acted like they were hurt.
Final approval came Friday for construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge.
Concert organizers became concerned this week that the money raised by ticket sales may be winding up in the wrong pockets.
It is clear that Democrats have shown a greater propensity to spend money wisely with their campaigns and allied groups. At the end of the day, that is what America needs.
Did another New York state lawmaker turn lawbreaker? A Queens state senator was recently busted for trying to cover up corruption involving her staff and family.
Huntley said that she expects to be arrested on Monday in the state’s continuing investigation into the use of pork-barrel grants by legislators.
The ring allegedly took orders for specific colors and models of Lexus sedans and other luxury vehicles from an international broker who then sold the vehicles to buyers in Nigeria and other African nations, authorities said.
New York’s attorney general has made a startling discovery: Your children may be playing Internet video games with registered sex offenders. In a move that’s the first in the nation, the top prosecutor is having the predators purged from online network.
Seven people have been arrested in an identity theft scheme that allegedly netted more than $1 million in products and gift cards by tapping consumer charge accounts in four states.
An Oxycodone epidemic is running rampant through New York State, according to State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and several other opponents of the law sued, claiming in part the law should be nullified because the state Senate violated its own rules and the state’s open meetings law before the critical vote.
Where did the money go? A Long Island breast cancer charity is being sued, accused of raising millions of dollars, most of which was never used to fight the disease.
New York’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, said the decision violates requirements for a review of health, safety and environmental hazards.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office is suing six website operators, accusing them of illegally selling cigarettes to state residents.