Court of Appeals of New York - March 2013 Opinion Summaries

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People v. Adams

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure, Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Judges & Judiciary
Conviction of harassment in the second degree is reversed, where: 1) the appearance of impropriety itself is a ground for disqualification when the...
03/28/2013 47

People v. Hanley

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure
A defendant charged with kidnapping and another offense must preserve his argument that the kidnapping count merged with the other crime because the...
03/28/2013 45

Hecker v. State of New York

Court of Appeals of New York
Injury & Tort Law, Civil Procedure
Where the Appellate Division chooses, in the exercise of its interests of justice jurisdiction, to decide an issue of law that was not preserved in...
03/28/2013 38

People v. Cornelius

Court of Appeals of New York
Evidence, Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant's conviction of burglary in the second degree is affirmed, where even assuming, without deciding, that the contents of the 2004 trespass...
03/28/2013 36

People v. Handy

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
When a defendant in a criminal case, acting with due diligence, demands evidence that is reasonably likely to be of material importance, and that...
03/28/2013 35

Amazon.com, LLC v. New York State Department of Taxation and Finance

Court of Appeals of New York
Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Cyberspace Law, Tax Law
Judgment dismissing plaintiffs' constitutional challenges to New York's Internet tax is affirmed, where plaintiffs have failed to demonstrate that the...
03/28/2013 34

People v. DeProspero

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Defendant's motion to suppress evidence of child pornography that was originally obtained pursuant to a warrant but was not forensically examined...
03/26/2013 44

Gelman v. Buehler

Court of Appeals of New York
Contracts, Corporation & Enterprise Law
There was no breach of contract when defendant withdrew from the partnership enterprise, because the parties in this case did not sufficiently address...
03/26/2013 37

Orsi v. Haralabatos

Court of Appeals of New York
Professional Malpractice, Health Law, Injury & Tort Law
Summary judgment for defendants in medical malpractice action on the issue of proximate cause is reversed and remanded, where defendants failed to...
03/26/2013 50

People v. Nesbitt

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure
Counsel's error in overlooking the issue that defendant had a defense to the charge of first degree assault, and not addressing it at trial, rendered...
03/26/2013 28
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