Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez Dismisses Over 3,500 Marijuana Cases Following Legalization

The Cases, Dating Back to the 1970s, Remained Open Mostly Because of Warrants; About 240 Active Cases Previously Dismissed, Virtually Clearing the Docket in Brooklyn

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez Dismisses Over 3,500 Marijuana Cases Following Legalization

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Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez today asked the Court to dismiss 3,578 marijuana cases that remained on the docket …

In Face of Increased Violence Against Worshipers, Congress members Announce 50% Increase in Security Funding to Help Protect, Improve Security for High-Risk Nonprofits

Following recent attacks on places of worship and rise in anti-Semitism, NYC Reps. announced $90 million in federal funding for Nonprofit Security Grant Program

In Face of Increased Violence Against Worshipers, Congress members Announce 50% Increase in Security Funding to Help Protect, Improve Security for High-Risk Nonprofits
NEW YORK CITY – Following a rise in anti-Semitism and attacks on worshippers, U.S. Representatives Max Rose, Jerrold Nadler, Yvette Clarke, Eliot Engel, Hakeem Jeffries, Carolyn Maloney,

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice And Former Chair Of Board Of Directors Of Municipal Credit Union Charged With Obstruction Of Justice

Former New York City Police Department Officer and Supervisory Committee Member Also Charged With Embezzlement, Fraud, and Controlled Substance Offenses

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice And Former Chair Of Board Of Directors Of Municipal Credit Union Charged With Obstruction Of Justice

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice, Sylvia Ash

(justice.gov) Geoffrey S. Berman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that SYLVIA

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