New York Criminal Law in the News – Thursday, October, 13, 2011

  • Barbra Sheehan ordered to stay in jail awaiting sentencing for gun possession (New York Times)
  • Brooklyn man arrested for groping 13 women admits to police that he assaulted more women (New York Post)
  • Nassau DA Rice will retest more evidence than initially planned (Newsday)
  • Staten Island DA Donovan gets endorsements from Curtis Sliwa and Ron Kuby (Staten Island Advance)
  • A man accused of murdering his wife last year hung himself while in the Erie County Detention Center (Buffalo News)
  • After four days, a man was found not guilty of murdering his daughter (Times Union)
  • State and local police uncover a multi-state drug ring and seize $2.7 million worth of cocaine (Democrat and Chronicle)
  • An upstate funeral director is charged with sexually abusing his employee (Syracuse)
  • Appellate Division Fourth Department rules that Monroe County DA cannot indict a man for first degree assault when he already plead guilty to second degree assault for the same crime (New York Law Journal)
  • After shooting his daughter a man killed himself on a New Rochelle street (Lo Hud)

(MK/LC)

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