OPINION - Requiring servicemember to relinquish wife’s property and review documents did not “materially affect” his military duty. The stay requested per Service Members Civil Relief Act only referred to member’s inability to attend court hearings. (Sup. Ct., Monroe County)
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OPINION - State trooper’s termination was justified by testimony of several women that trooper offered them a chance to avoid being issued a ticket, in one instance saying “show me your boobs.” (N.Y. App. Div., 3d Dep't)
2nd Circuit sets new rules for immigration cases10/19/2012All pending immigration cases before the appeals court will be tolled for 90 days to allow the government and the person filing the appeal to decide whether the case is worth pursuing. New York bans 'Broadway Bomb' skateboard race10/19/2012For a decade, people from around the world have barreled down an eight-mile section of the landmark Manhattan street, dodging traffic and people, as part of the annual daredevil race.
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