Cuomo's More Pro-Labor Stance Spurs Optimism Despite Past VetoesArticle from TheChiefLeader.com By RICHARD KHAVKINE GOVERNOR CUOMO: Is change of heart coming?CAROL KELLERMANN: Calls for fiscal restraint. PATRICK CULLEN: ‘All we want is equity.’ DENNIS QUIRK: Calls for...
Month: November 2018
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At Brooklyn Criminal Court, you may have the right to a speedy trial but there’s no guarantee you’ll have speedy access to the courthouse. Chances are you’ll be late, with lines stretching outside the block for over an hour, and then the wait to get through the magnetometers taking another hour. It’s all because of what court officers claim is a staffing shortage of crisis proportions. Melissa Russo reports.
Article from the Queens Daily Eagle By Christina Carrega The lack of proper staffing inside Queens Supreme Court delayed the sentencing of a married couple who were convicted for sex trafficking charges, the Eagle learned. For almost five hours on Tuesday,...
We will not apologize for exercising our constitutional rights or for bringing to the public’s attention our concerns for public safety in the nation’s busiest judicial system.
In #MeToo Era, New York Courts’ New Sexual Misconduct Policy Was Done Too Quietly, Critics Charge