New York Criminal Law in the News – Thursday June 16, 2011

  • County Court judge finds prisoner's cell phone to be dangerous contraband (New York Law Journal)
  • 123rd Precinct awarded citation for 10.4% drop in crime for 2010 (Staten Island Advance)
  • 37 people arrested in drug distribution network (Times Union)
  • Man suspected in fatal shooting in Syracuse apprehended in Springfield, Massachusetts (Auburnpub.com)
  • Two men who climbed the Williamsburg Bridge arrested, claim they only wanted to take pictures (New York Daily News)
  • Extra police dispatched to control union workers protesting state budget cuts (NY1)
  • Prosecutor calls Deutsche Bank demolition supervisors greedy and irresponsible (Newsday)
  • Two men impersonated police officers and robbed two men in Rye Brook (LoHud.com)
  • Appellate Division throws out manslaughter conviction, holding that the evidence only supported intent (New York Law Journal)

(JMM/LC)

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