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State Judiciary Chief: Give Judges Key Role In Cop Grand Juries

State Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman last week joined the debate over how to handle grand-jury proceedings when a police officer is accused of killing a civilian, proposing that judges take a greater role in the process, with the latitude to question witnesses and decide whether additional ones should be called, as well as giving instructions on the law to the jurors.

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Friday 02/13/2015

Mayor’s Budget Would Bolster ACS and EMS, Pay for Police Vests Correction Dept. One Agency Mayor Eyes For Major Infusion Cop Indicted for Unintentional Shooting Of Man in Project Stairwell in B’klyn Housing Magic: Allege Corrupt City Workers Made Violations Disappear Labor Secretary Sues For New ‘1181’ Vote SBA Leader Calls On Google to Alter App That Could Hurt Cops EMS Unions Like Budget Plan to Add 90 EMTs BCB Rules EMS Chiefs Guilty of Union Bias Against Lieutenant Find HHC Retaliation Against Others For Protesting Job Shifts The Heat in Harlem: Teachers Light Into Cuomo ‘Education-Reform’ Plan MTA Gets $787M In Federal Aid to Use For Storm Protection Council Questions HA Deal With Developers On Section 8 Housing Flavor of the Month? Gov. Has Company on Ethics Transit Supervisor Pact Similar to Local 100’s Out But State Still Pays Police Unions, de Blasio Finding Common Ground IN WITH THE NEW Mayor Names Adler, Veteran SEIU Official, Top Pension Advisor Council is Delivering Purple Heart Honor For Wounded Vets Correction For The Record

Monday 02/09/2015

Court Officers’ Starting Salary Up 12% Outside Realm of Talks on Pact Bronx ‘Offenders’ Are Ruled Out of Order And Out of Their Jobs Fariña in Albany: Cuomo Evaluation Cure Much Worse Than the Illness ‘ATM’ Out of Service As HRA Fraud Gets Scammer 63-Month Jail Term COBA President, Officer Clash Over Data Request UFA Leader: Building Code Enforcement Vital And Boost ‘Disability’ Cuomo to Legislators: No More Mr. Nice Gov Unless There’s Ethics Code Status Cuomo on Cop Discipline: Governor Balks At Signing Bill Supervisors At MTA Bus Still Playing Catchup, But Recent Deal Eased Pinch Unions Happy With Mayor’s Goals On Affordable Housing, Minimum Wage UFOA Members Give Strong Thumbs-Up To Wage Contract Postal Service’s IG: Bad Attitude Driving Customers Elsewhere Special Voice To Sing Out Now for Black Firefighters Ex-Senate Leader Smith Guilty in Bribery Plot Double-Dealing Dilan Fined $9G for Zoning Vote Aiding Landlord City Paying $8.9M To Settle Youth Shooting, ‘Mafia Cops’ Lawsuits Bratton to Senate: NYPD Needs Additional Officers A Rare Opening NYSUT and Charters Talk About Money And What It’s Worth Local 371 Backs Juvenile Counselor in Choke Case CSBA Accepts ‘Pattern’ Contract Terms For 900 City Attorneys Push to Bring Janitors’ Pay Up To Private Rates, With DOE Receptive Street Renamings Honor Memories of Slain Cops 4 New NYPD Inspectors Among 155 Promotees Police/Mayor Hostilities Receding Into the Past For The Record