ACLU Case Suffers Major Setback from Appeals Court Ruling

ACLU Case Suffers Major Setback from Appeals Court Ruling

Liberty Counsel Press Release A federal appeals court has reversed the decision in American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, Inc. v. Dixie County Florida. Last summer, a U.S. District Judge ruled in favor of the ACLU and ordered Dixie County to remove the six-ton granite monument of the Ten Commandments. The recent ruling reverses that […]

Central Nyack Man Arrested for Attempted Murder

Central Nyack Man Arrested for Attempted Murder

Report from Clarkstown PD On August 11, 2012 at approximately 4:50 a.m. a 41-year-old man from Central Nyack was sitting in his car in front of his residence when another man walked up to the car and fired a shot from a handgun through the car door window striking the victim in the left upper […]

Bongiorno’s Blunder

Former D.A. Michael Bongiorno fails to notarize Weisberg’s petition signatures properly, resulting in loss of Independence Party line BY SARA GILBERT Republican Daniel Weisberg’s petition to be a primary candidate on the Independence Party line has been thrown out by NY State Supreme Court Justice Linda Jamieson. Clarkstown Town Justice Rolf Thorsen challenged Weisberg’s petitions […]

Legal Watch: Will Court Reform Ever Happen?

BY LEGAL LARRY For the past decade, high profile individuals have called for a reform of the entire court system in the State of New York. Everyone from the chief judge of the highest court to the governor has pitched a “new and improved” court system to streamline the process for litigants and save money. […]

Sherwood Vindicated!

Sherwood Vindicated!

Rockland County Times Editorial Figures a former justice of the New York State Supreme Court would know if a lawsuit is frivolous or not. William Sherwood, a longtime state Supreme Court judge and one-term supervisor of the Town of Stony Point (2010-11), told Stony Pointers throughout 2011 that school tax equalization lawsuits being pursued by […]