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7 Dec 2008, 7:28 pm
In two cases, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals issued rulings emphasizing the rights of defendants to cross-examine prosecution witnesses regarding evidence of their racial or ethnic bias.In Brinson v Walker (--- F.3d ----, 2008 WL 4890153 [2nd Cir 11/13/08])the court granted habeas corpus relief and vacated a New York state robbery conviction whee the New York trial judge precluded the black defendant from presenting evidence (both through cross examination and by… [read post]
17 Dec 2020, 12:24 am by Public Employment Law Press
"Other decisions involving administrative disciplinary charges served on police officer alleged to have associated with persons thought to have been engaged in criminal activities include Brinson v Safir, 255 AD2d 247, leave to appeal denied 93 NY2d 805; Richardson v Safir, 258 AD2d 328; Delgado v Kerik, 294 A.D.2d 227 and Hastings v City of Sherrill, 90 AD3 1586. [read post]
17 Dec 2020, 12:24 am by Public Employment Law Press
"Other decisions involving administrative disciplinary charges served on police officer alleged to have associated with persons thought to have been engaged in criminal activities include Brinson v Safir, 255 AD2d 247, leave to appeal denied 93 NY2d 805; Richardson v Safir, 258 AD2d 328; Delgado v Kerik, 294 A.D.2d 227 and Hastings v City of Sherrill, 90 AD3 1586. [read post]
29 Dec 2011, 5:00 am
” Other decisions in which a police officer was served with administrative disciplinary charges alleging he or she had  associated with persons alleged to have been engaged in criminal activities include Brinson v Safir, 255 AD2d 247, leave to appeal denied 93 NY2d 805; Richardson v Safir, 258 AD2d 328 and Delgado v Kerik, 294 A.D.2d 227. [read post]
17 Nov 2008, 6:39 pm
Buie, No. 070258 Sentence of fifteen years for being a felon in possession of a firearm is affirmed where: 1) because the maximum penalty for the offense to which defendant pleaded guilty was ten years or more under state statute, defendant's state felony narcotics conviction qualified as a "serious drug offense" under the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA); and 2) defendant's allegation that he was deprived of counsel at his plea hearing did not state a… [read post]