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5 Apr 2015, 3:52 pm by Stephen Bilkis
Although, any provision of the Criminal Procedure Law which has the effect of limiting the Supreme Court's broad jurisdiction is arguably unconstitutional, it is well settled that issues of constitutionality should not be reached unnecessarily (see Comiskey v Arlen, 43 NY2d 696 [1977]; Peters v New York City Hous. [read post]