New York Criminal Law Newsletter

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  • About This Publication

    The New York Criminal Law Newsletter  features updates on Section activities, recent cases and articles about current issues. Edited by Spiros A. Tsimbinos, Esq., the New York Criminal Law Newsletter is published quarterly by the Criminal Justice Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

    The New York Criminal Law Newsletter is published as a benefit for members of the Criminal Justice Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this Newsletter is strictly prohibited without permission.
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  • Table of Contents Current Issue

    Fall 2014

    Message from the Chair
    Jury Duties

    (Mark R. Dwyer)

    Message from the Editor
    (Spiros A. Tsimbinos)

    Feature Articles

    A Review of the 2013-2014 Term of the United States Supreme Court

    (Spiros A. Tsimbinos)

    A Summary of the 2013 Annual Report of the Clerk of the New York Court of Appeals
    (Spiros A. Tsimbinos)

    New York Court of Appeals Upholds Non-Retroactivity of Padilla Decision

    New York Court of Appeals Review

    Recent United States Supreme Court Decisions Dealing with Criminal Law

    Cases of Interest in the Appellate Divisions

    For Your Information

    • Former State Senator Bruno Acquitted
    • Upcoming Vacancy on New York Court of Appeals
    • Criminal Harassment Statute
    • New Family Court Judgeships
    • Recent Signs Point to Improving Economy
    • Aging Population
    • Number of Millionaires Hits Record
    • Crisis of Confidence
    • Improper Government Payments Estimated at $100 Billion
    • Commission on Prosecutorial Conduct
    • Federal Sentencing Commission Votes to Apply Reduced Drug Sentences Retroactively
    • One-Third of Americans Still Behind in Unpaid Debts and Face Debt Collections

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