New York Criminal Law in the News – Tuesday, June 28, 2011

  • New Jersey woman claims that she was forced to scrub jail cell floor and held for 17 hours but never charged with a crime (Staten Island Advance)
  • NYPD lab technician allegedly made over 100 errors on 50 most recent cases handled (New York Post)
  • Saratoga County judge vacated woman's guilty plea (Times Union)
  • Sex offender charged with luring nine year old into his home (Syracuse.com)
  • Four Saratoga Springs officers injured in bar fight, four arrested (The Saratogian)
  • Appellate Division grants new trial for convicted man who was not allowed to use documents to impeach ADA's trial testimony (New York Law Journal)
  • Queens DA charges Freeport man with criminal impersonation when he dressed as a soldier in an attempt to get his airline ticket upgraded to first class (Newsday)
  • NYPD using social networking websites to anticipate crime (NY1) 
  • Two men convicted for attacking Crown Heights family (New York Times)
  • Off-duty NYPD officer charged with DWI and pulling a gun during an argument (New York Daily News)

(JMM/LC)

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