Prosecutors Seek Review of Decision to Parole Offender
The Nassau County District Attorney and the state Attorney General want the parole board to re-examine its decision to release a convicted sex offender after an assistant attorney general vouched for the inmate's innocence.
New York Attorney Malpractice Blog
The Case is Settled...Now Comes the Bigger Fight
Piro sued Russo, Karl, Widmaier & Cordano PLLC for legal malpractice. Piro used attorney Rodriguez for that case.
Welcome to Everett Park
Have you heard of Everett Park? Located a block away from the Queens County Supreme Court, it is a block-long development dating to 1913, designed in a neo-federal style more reminiscent of Washington, D.C. The 1909 Bromley Atlas shows the old name for 146th Street as Colonial Avenue, perhaps the inspiration for the architecture.
Watertown Daily Times
Felons with benefits
A federal jury in Brooklyn convicted William Boyland Jr. of soliciting a quarter of a million dollars in bribes from undercover FBI agents.
Floral Park Dispatch
Floral Park In Town History
In 2012, Howard Kroplick was named town historian for the Town of North Hempstead.
Nova News Now
Queens County composer nominated for ECMA
MacLean was nominated for his work The Elizabeth Bishop Suite, which was composed for Suzie LeBlanc's CD 'I am in need of music.'
The Beaumont Enterprise
NYC mayor marches in gay-friendly St. Pat's parade
In this Saturday, March 2, 2013 file photo, New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio marches in the Queens County St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Rockaway area of the Queens borough of New York.
The Charlotte Observer
Boston, NYC mayors to skip St. Pat's parades
In this Friday, March 17, 2006 file photo, members of the Irish-American gay community protest on Fifth Avenue against the exclusion of Irish and Irish-American gays people from marching in the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York.
The People v. Theodore, 1418/12
Appeal by the defendant from a judgment of the Supreme Court, Queens County , rendered August 7, 2013, convicting him of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree and criminal possession of marijuana in the fifth degree, upon his plea of guilty, and imposing sentence.
Two FCF corrections officers injured
A Monday morning fight between inmates at Franklin Correctional Facility sent two corrections officers to the hospital with swelling, abrasions and contusions.
'Operation: Angry Birds' reaches Ulster cockfighting ring, 9 arrested
A three-county cockfighting bust called "Operation Angry Birds" that took place over the weekend and stretched from Ulster County to New York City was the largest in state history, according to New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Albany Times Union
Aqueduct track rape attack
A previously unpublicized report of a sexual assault in a women's restroom was reported in Monday's Times Union column .