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Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., today announced the conviction of Harvey Weinstein, 67, for sexually assaulting Miriam Haley in 2006 and raping Jessica Mann in 2013.

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Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., today announced the guilty pleas of former Newsweek and Christian Media chiefs.

Etienne Uzac, former Co-Owner and Chairman of IBT Media, Inc...

New York Attorney General Letitia James and the New York Strike Force Thursday announced a 107-count indictment, charging five individuals for their roles in a gun trafficking operation that...

Ms. Michelle Burrell has represented low-income New Yorkers in Family Defense cases for over a decade.

Today, Legal Services NYC (LSNYC) announces that Michelle Burrell began as the new...

In response to the Police Benevolent Association’s lawsuit announced yesterday that is attempting to remove the Civilian Complaint Review Board’s (CCRB) charter amendments, Communities United for...

In a letter released today, 45 legal scholars and criminal justice experts from New York State and across the country addressed the New York Press Club and New York media outlets--like the New...

Above an NYPD officer, from the 84th Precinct, is seen about to punch one of two teenagers who were beaten up by NYPD officers last October, in a brawl initiated by police at Brooklyn's Jay Street...

In response to the enactment of New York’s pretrial justice reform, Innocence Project Director of Policy Rebecca Brown released the following statement:

“As New York’s landmark criminal...

On Wednesday, sweeping reforms to New York’s criminal legal system that will significantly reduce New York’s reliance on cash bail, expand criminal discovery, and further enforce the right to a...

Today, the Hon. Joseph Zayas of Queens County Supreme Court granted a motion to vacate the 1990 conviction of Innocence Project client Felipe Rodriguez (above left) and entered an order dismissing...

Racism and religious intolerance have been steadily on the rise since Donald Trump and his "very fine people," like Stephen Miller, entered the White House.

New York Governor Andrew M....

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