Days before Christmas, Harrison Town Justice Marc Lust was arrested for drunk driving at the height of the evening rush in Midtown.
Raffaele said that he usually holds the department in high regard but saw another side of the NYPD in June 2012, when officers allegedly roughed up a homeless man during an arrest.
An attorney said Wednesday that the man who accused of killing a 6-year-old boy who vanished in 1979 should be released because it is taking too long to get to trial.
Lawyers for the pro players have argued their clients make a legitimate living playing poker. They say the players should be able to pursue their careers until the case is resolved _ and a judge has agreed.
Broward Judge Kathleen McHugh said Johnson wasn’t taking things seriously enough, even after he apologized.
The governor’s proposed constitutional amendment would put New Jersey’s bail laws in line with the federal system.
The judge made the decision citing security concerns even beyond worries about its potential as a terrorism target.
A federal grand jury cleared a Pleasantville, N.Y., police officer of wrongdoing.
The exam has been subject to judicial oversight since it was determined past exams had been unfair to minority candidates.
“During the past 12 years, the cost of living increased by 40 percent, eroding judicial salaries,” said Vincent E. Doyle III, president of the lawyers’ group. Yet “judges’ salaries will have risen 27 percent over a 15-year period, far less than the projected inflation rate.”
Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said in an interview that it’s a good compromise in hard economic times.
The judge said the EEOC supported its claim of a pervasive bias with no statistical evidence of discrimination and about 10 statements from four or five managers or executives in a company of 10,000 employees, 603 of whom took maternity leave during a six-year span covered by the lawsuit.
The law would have required such centers to detail whether they provided abortions or emergency contraception, and whether they had a licensed medical provider on-site. The law was to go into effect on Thursday.
A Staten Island woman who was getting $850 a month in alimony because she was supposedly disabled and unable to work had to give the payments up after her ex-husband spotted photos of her belly dancing on the Internet.
Federal Judge Alvin Hellerstein was to conduct the two-day hearing Friday and Monday after concluding pre-trial work is in “substantial disarray.”