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Roxanne Minott

Counsel for the Indigent

The indigent have, historically, received inadequate legal representation, and recently, there was a class-action lawsuit that claimed New York State had failed to offer sufficient legal defense to the poor in many counties. Governor Andrew Cuomo settled the lawsuit by … Continue reading

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Roxanne Minott

Mandatory Retirement for Partners

Mandatory retirement, or enforced retirement, is the age at which people are required by industry standards or by law to retire from employment. There may be valid reasons for such a requirement—specifically in jobs that involve physical labor or physical … Continue reading

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Matthew Konecky

When Law Enforcement Creates Crime

While attempting to get crime off the street, the police often engage in tactics that unnecessarily invite people to engage in criminal activities. In several recent cases of entrapment, it’s obvious that law enforcement is creating crime to stop crime. … Continue reading

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