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SCOA goes on the record to defend members from DeBlasio attacks

SCOA goes on the record to defend members from DeBlasio attacks

State courts accuse de Blasio of ‘shifting the blame’ for NYC crime wave By Julia Marsh Mayor Bill de Blasio should take responsibility for the city’s crime wave instead of shifting blame to state judges, the court system’s spokesman said Thursday. Earlier in the day,...

With Caution and Precautions, Courts Statewide Reopen

With Caution and Precautions, Courts Statewide Reopen

Article from TheChiefLeader.com By RICHARD KHAVKINE   With in-person court operations resuming, albeit on a partial basis, in the 9th Judicial District, on Long Island, and in Ulster and Sullivan counties last week, courts in all 57 counties outside of New York...

SCOA’s Cullen Advances Fight Against Surprise Medical Bills

SCOA’s Cullen Advances Fight Against Surprise Medical Bills

Article from The Chief By RICHARD KHAVKINE Seeks Stronger Protections With a number of his members incurring unexpected medical bills for services related to treatment or testing for the coronavirus, the president of the Supreme Court Officers Association, Patrick...

Lawmakers Weigh Plan Remaking Court System

Lawmakers Weigh Plan Remaking Court System

Chief Judge Seeks Consolidation Article from The Chief Leader by RICHARD KHAVKINE Since the 1950s, roughly once every decade, there have been five attempts to restructure the state’s byzantine court system. All of them failed to get traction. Another is underway. And...

Cuomo signs bill lifting ban on ‘gravity knives’

Cuomo signs bill lifting ban on ‘gravity knives’

Article from NYPost.com by Bernadette Hogan ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo signed a new law Thursday living the ban on the possession of “gravity knives” — or pocket knives. The ban had been in place since 1958. Cuomo vetoed similar measures in 2016 and 2017 because of...


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