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June 18, 2013, in New York to discuss legal action challenging surveillance of businesses frequented by Muslim residents and of mosques. Editor's note: Arjun Sethi is a lawyer in Washington and a frequent commentator on civil rights and social
Spanish-speaking mom thrown out of her Bronx home by cops, who she claims did not provide an interpreter Mom says she tried to tell cops she had an order of protection against her estranged husband. Instead, her English-speaking husband speaks to
03pm As Governor Chris Christie will attest, federal judge William J...Several years ago, when Mr. Christie was burnishing his image as a corruption-busting prosecutor, Judge Martini took the unusual step of rebuking Mr. Christie from the bench.
MAINSTREAM NEW MEDIA EXTRACTS: The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carrol Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar tax fraud bribery scandal which is now encircling the US Attorney General Eric
The mayor did not reveal the reason for his security detail rushing past two traffic signs and became irritated when it was suggested that he wasn't holding himself to the Vision Zero traffic safety standards. Mayor de Blasio defended his drivers and
Muslims appears to have taken a page from Rep. Mike Rogers' book . Judge William Martini has dismissed the case, stating that the only reason the plaintiffs claimed their rights were being violated is because someone told them their rights were being
Internal Affairs allegedly referred to a detective as a "rat" for reporting police misconduct, the Daily News has learned. The bombshell charge against Assistant Chief Joseph Reznick is part of a federal lawsuit filed by retired first-grade Det.
The tech is Google Glass, interactive eyewear that gives officers the ability to record audio and video from their point of view and get information fed into their fields of vision...There is no doubt that Glass or something like it represents the
Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Muslims in America have come under heavy scrutiny by law enforcement, the media and the general populace. In what quickly became one of the silliest statements of the decade, Americans sought to demonstrate
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals stopped the unions' attempt to intervene in the deal struck between Mayor de Blasio and the plaintiffs, who allege they were unjustly stopped because of their race. The unions wanted to continue to appeal because they