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No-Knock Warrants Trigger State's Special Duty Rule, Court of Appeals Holds

Watch the video of the oral argument before the Court of Appeals here

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Brooklyn Federal Judge Upholds New York Public School Mask Mandate

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East Hampton Prevails Again In Erosion Lawsuit

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Brian Sokoloff Appears On CBS’s 48 Hours

S34 E24 The Final Hours of Amie Harwick

Drew Carey opens up about the violent death of his onetime fiancée, Hollywood therapist Amie Harwick. Why Valentine’s Day will never be the same for CBS' "The Price is Right" host. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.

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Picnic Beach Lawsuits Headed To Court, Hinges On Defining ‘Nuisance’

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Rockland County village rolls back “discriminatory zoning"

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Monroe woman sues Goshen police officer for false arrest

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Former high school principal will have hearing on disciplinary charges

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Ex-Harrison police chief was 'stealing time,' town says in lawsuit response

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Investigations find allegations against Huntington supervisor, town board member unsubstantiated

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Court Asked To Overrule Harbor Committee’s Denial Of Dock In Creek In Sag Harbor

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Mahopac Sex Offender’s Suit Against Deputies Tossed

CARMEL – An appellate court dismissed a Mahopac sex offender's lawsuit accusing Putnam County sheriff's deputies of leaking confidential law enforcement information to help one of his victims in her civil suit against him.

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Mortuary School Sues City to Turn Over Cadavers for Training

A Manhattan mortuary school short on bodies sued the city health department Thursday to demand more cadavers for its students.

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Civil Lawsuit Against Former East Hampton Town Supervisor Dismissed

A federal civil rights lawsuit filed against former East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson was dismissed at the end of January.

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Kleinberg, Gurin Elected; Hills Budget Passes

As Half Hollow Hills incumbents Frank Grimaldi and James Ptucha opted not to seek re-election, voters had four candidates to choose from as they took to the polls on Tuesday.

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Gilles Family’s Lawsuit in Man’s Death Dismissed

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing a Spring Valley police officer of violating a mentally disabled man's rights when he shot the man to death while the man beat him with his nightstick in December 2011.

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Picnic Area and Beach Driving in Southampton

A State Supreme Court justice last week dismissed a lawsuit challenging the use of the “Picnic Area” beach in Southampton Village, upholding the public’s right to drive onto the beach and park in summer.

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Jury Rejects Discrimination Lawsuit Against Malverne School Officials

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Southampton Town Trustees Enlist New Help For Lawsuits

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Go Fish – Poker Isn’t Protected by 1st Amendment

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Ramapo Police Gender Discrimination Suit Dropped

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