The Kol Tzedek program, which was created to help Orthodox Jews come forward about abuse within their community has led to the pursuit of 118 cases.
A Queens family is calling for a full-scale investigation into the death of a livery cab driver who suffered a heart attack during, what some have called, a mysterious arrest.
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes said Saturday that no piece of legislation could have prevented the massacre that left 20 children and eight adults dead in Newtown, Conn.
Mark Suben, the DA in Cortland County near Syracuse since 2008, held a news conference Friday to say he had lied about his past in the days before this year’s election.
Some parents on Long Island are encouraging lawmakers to pass a new law that would prevent school bus drivers from getting behind the wheel drunk.
Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes defended his record on sex abuse cases within the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
A New York man convicted of murder was back in court on Monday, accused once again of murder.
The owner allegedly shorted the state of more than $111,000 over the past three years at Kennedy Mall Wine and Liquor.
There were new calls Sunday for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance to keep the sex assault case against former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn alive.
Dan Donovan waited for four hours, then was dismissed because enough jurors had been picked for pending cases.
Charges were filed Thursday against a young driver accused in a high-speed crash that killed two of his friends and seriously injured two others.
Teachers, school psychologists and guidance counselors packed a full-day conference in Tarrytown Thursday, taking aim at a singular issue: bullying
The district attorney wants a review of conditions at Long Island’s Nassau County Jail after four inmate suicides in a year.
DA Kathleen Rice said Dr. Martin Roginsky sold painkillers like oxycodone and roxycodone to anyone who walked into his Rockville Centre, Long Island office.
On Tuesday, Long Island’s district attorneys called for new studies and harsher penalties for wrong-way drunk drivers after charges were upgraded against a man accused of killing an NYPD officer.