Court of Appeals of New York - April 2013 Opinion Summaries

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People v. Monk

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Judgment of conviction of attempted first degree robbery entered pursuant to plea agreement is affirmed, where: 1) the trial court has no obligation...
04/30/2013 77

Roulan v. County of Onondaga

Court of Appeals of New York
Administrative Law, Attorney's Fees, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Judges & Judiciary, Juvenile Law
The lower court properly dismissed plaintiff attorney's claims challenging the county bar association's Assigned Counsel Program (ACP), where: 1)...
04/30/2013 62

Granger v. Misercola

Court of Appeals of New York
Family Law
The Family Court's order awarding petitioner periodic four-hour visits at the prison where he resided, with his child, who was then three years old,...
04/30/2013 72

People v. Johnson

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure
In multiple buy and bust drug cases, the limited closures of the courtroom to the public when undercover officers testified comported with Sixth...
04/30/2013 61

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands v. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

Court of Appeals of New York
Banking Law, Civil Procedure, Judgement Enforcement
For a court to issue a post-judgment turnover order pursuant to CPLR 5225(b) against a banking entity, that entity itself must have actual, not merely...
04/30/2013 58

People v. Floyd

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure
The Appellate Division erred when it found that defendant failed to preserve his objection to his mother's exclusion from the courtroom and otherwise...
04/25/2013 137 SSM 2

People v. Byer

Court of Appeals of New York
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Defendant's conviction for murder is affirmed, where any error in admitting evidence regarding defendant's prior bad acts was harmless because it did...
04/25/2013 84

Sanchez v. National Railroad Passenger Corp.

Court of Appeals of New York
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
Summary judgment for defendant in personal injury suit is reversed and remanded, where although defendant tendered sufficient evidence to establish a...
04/25/2013 76

In the Matter of the Honorable Bryan R. Hedges

Court of Appeals of New York
Judges & Judiciary
The decision of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, which sustained one charge of judicial misconduct against petitioner, a family court judge,...
04/25/2013 64

In the Matter of Dashawn W.

Court of Appeals of New York
Family Law, Juvenile Law
The lower court's finding of severe abuse by the father is affirmed, where: 1) the phrase "circumstances evincing a depraved indifference to human...
04/25/2013 71
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