New York Criminal Law in the News – Friday, September, 30, 2011

  • After SAT cheating ring is exposed, many believe it is widespread (New York Times)
  • More videos emerge showing a deputy inspector using pepper spray on Wall Street protesters (NY1)
  • Woman given a second chance in January and released from jail to get on a heart transplant list is sent back to jail after committing three more robberies (Newsday)
  • A doctor faces more charges in a fatal hit and run, prosecutors believe he deleted text messages and removed DNA from his SUV (Buffalo News)
  • Four upstate teens are accused of putting makeshift bombs in mailboxes (Democrat and Chronicle)
  • While awaiting sentencing for gun possession a man was arrested yesterday with a gun (Syracuse)
  • Man who held up the same Manhattan bank three times was recently released from a mental institution (New York Post)
  • Woman pled guilty to criminally negligent homicide after pushing her 70-year-old mother to the ground and leaving her there (LoHud)
  • Judge suppresses pistol after he concludes police officer's testimony not creditable (New York Law Journal)

(MK/LC)

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