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The state’s new discovery laws, on the books since Jan. 1 but which also apply to some cases that began earlier, are placing onerous demands on District Attorneys and their offices, city DAs h…

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A former top official with the scandal-plagued Municipal Credit Union has pleaded guilty in Federal court in Manhattan to embezzling more than $450,000 over nine years from that institution se…

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“We have lights out at 11—did I miss anything in the last 15 minutes of the Democratic debate?” Fausto “Fuzzy” Mamori asked me when I visited …

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Even as new cases emerge that highlight the flaws in the state’s new bail-reform law, three city District Attorneys with very different consti…

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A new world of public safety is upon us, one that has been brewing for many years and directly affects each and every one of us and our famili…

To the Editor: Teachers and school Principals are natural adversaries, but that does not mean they must be antagonists.

To the Editor: Governor Cuomo’s second veto of the Employee Protection Provision bill that would restore school bus drivers and matrons wages, pensions and vacation time is not surprising (Cry…

To the Editor: Without looking into a crystal ball as to the future of the 500 new MTA Police Officers being recruited by the MTA to patrol New York City’s subways. I would draw their attentio…

To the Editor: It is disheartening to see an accomplished jurist such as Judith Sheindlin campaigning for Mike Bloomberg (New York Post, “Bloomy serves up red ‘meet’,” 1/12). Kangaroo courts i…

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With the New Year come new tax laws. The new tax law, commonly called the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” is the biggest Federal tax law change in over 30 years. Below are some significant changes af…

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Beginning on Jan. 8, field offices are remaining open until 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, with typical field office hours from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can locate the closest fi…

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First and foremost, I want to wish all my readers a happy and peaceful New Year. Your e-mails and calls are appreciated.

A union drive at Sports Illustrated is underway, which if successful would bring dozens of the magazine’s editorial staffers into the NewsGuild of New York. The guild already represents 15 SI …

The Communication Workers of America is coordinating organizing efforts with gaming-industry activists in Southern California, Los Angeles Magazine reports.