State, East Ramapo School District And Yeshivas Sued Over Lack Of Courses For BoysLaura Barbieri, of Advocates of Justice, said parents should never have to choose between religion and their children receiving a good education.
Cops: Southampton Day Care Workers Force-Fed, Injured ToddlerAn East End family is seeking justice after two former day care workers injured and force-fed their 21-month-old daughter while under their care.
17 Men, 2 Women File Sex Abuse Suit Against Conn. Boy Scouts ChaptersThe suit alleges that a now-deceased Ridgefield scoutmaster abused the defendants when they were children in the 1960s and 1970s.
Retired Nassau Police Officer Suing County, Department Following Arrest And AcquittalDolores Sharpe said her nightmare began two years ago on Black Friday when she tried to go shopping in West Hempstead.
LI Home Thought To Be Abandoned Demolished, Owner Sues After Losing EverythingThe house was demolished as part of an ongoing effort from the Town of Hempstead to clean up the scourge of 'zombie' houses.
Nurse Quarantined In Newark During Ebola Crisis Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Christie, NJ OfficialsNurse Kaci Hickox believes Christie wanted a quarantine to show political strength.
Yaphank Homeowners Sue German-American Settlement League Over Alleged Housing DiscriminationThe Kneers said they haven't been able to sell their house because of the league's discrimination.
Settlement Reached In Widow's Lawsuit Over Death Of Nassau Police OfficerThe attorney's for Breitkopf's wife, Paula, filed a lawsuit against many parties, including the MTA because it was found that an MTA officer had fired the fatal shot.
Woman Loses $127K Lawsuit Against Young Nephew Who Injured Her During HugAn Upper East Side woman who sued her nephew for injuries sustained during a greeting at his birthday party has lost her case.
Drunken NJ Woman Who Doesn't Remember Arrest Continues Suit Against CopsLinda Leone was treated for a broken hip after she was released, but said she had no memory of the arrest or of falling.
Court Reinstates Lawsuit Over NYPD Surveillance Of MuslimsThe appellate panel found the Muslim plaintiffs had raised sufficient allegations of equal-protection violations to warrant the case going forward.
911 Operators' Lawsuit Against NYPD, City Granted Class-Action StatusA group sued two years ago, accusing the NYPD of forcing them to work 16- and even 24-hour shifts with barely any breaks.
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