NYC officials have millions of dollars from legal settlements that they can immediately spend to fight the opioid crisis. But they have not revealed any detailed plans, even as local nonprofits struggle for funding.
One of the bills would prevent the governor of New York from recognizing any demand from another state to extradite an abortion provider.
Correction Commissioner Vincent Schiraldi issued a frantic letter to public defenders this week calling on them to help reduce the incarcerated population.
Mayor de Blasio can unilaterally issue some mandates, but Gov. Hochul could need legislative assistance for her plans. A law school president explains the reasons.
"We find that there is evidence of continuing misconduct, the underlying offense is incredibly serious, and the uncontroverted misconduct in itself will likely result in substantial permanent sanctions at the conclusion of these disciplinary proceedings."
Prosecutors will have to share evidence with defendants much faster, once the state’s new bail and discovery laws take effect in January.
The rule threatens to upend a decades-long practice by wealthy buyers of New York City real estate seeking to cloak their purchases in anonymity, sometimes for nefarious reasons.
“They are both emotionally traumatized and they’re getting therapy."
New York could become the 42nd state to enact legislation combating the nonconsensual dissemination of intimate images.
He's also going to host a podcast.
This will be at not-for-profit cemeteries only.
The push to legalize hoverboards in NYC continues.
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