New York Criminal Law in the News – Wednesday, September, 7, 2011

  • NYPD decides to release data on over 1,000 police shootings (New York Law Journal)
  • Shootings are up double from last year in NYC, over 100 shootings in one week (New York Daily News)
  • NYPD unveils a new command center (NY1)
  • The man charged with killing four people at a Long Island pharmacy is expected to plead guilty this week (Newsday)
  • Disbarred Buffalo attorney pleaded not guilty to collecting over $10,000 for legal services since his disbarment (Buffalo News)
  • Opening statements began in upstate murder trial (Democrat and Chronicle)
  • A mother and daughter were both arrested for driving drunk in Oneida County (Syracuse)
  • City Councilman says it was racial bias that caused police to stop him at the West Indian Day Parade (New York Times) 

(MK/LC)

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