New Decisions

There are new decisions from nearly every court!

First, the Court of Appeals (summaries of these will be posted later this week):

  • People v. Dreyden (Ct. App. 6/15/2010) (Pigott, J.) (6-1) – accusatory instrument deficient if it does not demonstrate how a knife is a "gravity knife"
  • People v. Mitchell (Ct. App. 6/15/2010) (Read, J.) (7-0) – transfer of case for probation supervision does not transfer authority to decide 440 motion 
  • People v. Ballman (Ct. App. 6/10/2010) (Lippman, C.J.) (7-0) – elevation of DWI for out of state conviction prior to 2006
  • People v. McLean (Ct. App. 6/10/2010) (Smith, J.) (4-3) – preservation of right to counsel violation claim
  • People v. Frederick (Ct. App. 6/10/2010) (7-0) – retrial issues

There are also new decisions from the First, Second, Third, and Fourth Departments, along with the Second Appellate Term.  (LC)

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