Latest Articles Tagged "justice"
Three questions on the November ballot ask residents to make the promotion of "justice and equity for all New Yorkers" a priority.
During his State of the Judiciary address, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said there were 75 vacancies on the trial court bench.
De Blasio said, "This verdict is disgusting and it sends a horrible message to this country."
Most people who are processed in the courts are Black and Latino, but few will face a judge who looks like them
Longtime Jackson Heights resident Irene Chaldaris said she feels afraid to hold hands with her girlfriend. 'I used to feel very safe in this neighborhood and I don't anymore.'
A Brooklyn woman turned into the hero Williamsburg needed yesterday when she took matters into her own hands and battled crime with the bearhug of justice.
Jason Stevens, the infamous owner of the defunct DUMBO gastropub and wedding venue reBar, is going to prison.
Ex-NYPD detective Kevin Spellman ran over and killed 66-year-old Bronx grandmother Drane Nikac in 2009.
"This is likely to be the tip of the iceberg."