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Nassau County Supervising Judge Kase Re-Joins Kase & Druker

Kase & Druker said John L. Kase, supervising judge of the criminal courts in Nassau County, rejoined the firm as partner as of Jan. 2. Kase co-founded the firm in 1978 with partner James O. Druker. The two men were colleagues at the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, where they served as chiefs of the narcotics, Read More

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She was ill – not drunk

By Alfonso A. Castillo Published: September 11, 2008 As part of Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi’s “Wall of Shame” program, Andrea Sangermano’s name and photo were published on the county’s Web site and elsewhere after her arrest on drunken-driving charges over Memorial Day weekend. But the Bellerose woman was not drunk or high when she was arrested, Nassau prosecutors asserted yesterday, Read More

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Woman to sue for false DWI ‘Shame’

By Alfonso A. Castillo Published: September 12, 2008 The diabetic woman who was included in Nassau County’s drunken driving “Wall of Shame” – even though she wasn’t drunk or high -blasted the initiative as “horrible” and “wrong,” as her attorneys announced Friday they were suing the county and the police department that arrested her. “I was proven Read More

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Corrections; Charges Dismissed In Gas Station Case

By Leslie Eaton Published: February 6, 2005 AT the request of federal prosecutors, a judge dismissed criminal charges in October against four men involved in operating gas stations on Long Island, charges that were substantially overstated in an article in the Long Island section last Sunday. The article, about the reaction among local Turks to Read More

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Court Bars Prosecution Of 10 Nurses Who Quit

By Joesph Berger Published: January 25, 2009 THE 10 Filipino nurses were branded by the Suffolk County, N.Y., district attorney as derelict in their duties, accused of abandoning five chronically ill children, four of whom were on ventilators, and one terminally ill man by quitting their jobs in 2006 in a labor dispute. But in Read More

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Major Contributor to Cuomo To Testify at a Bribery Trial

By Kirk Johnson Published: November 25, 1987 A major contributor to Governor Cuomo’s 1982 election campaign, who is also a law client of the Governor’s son Andrew, will play a key role in a complicated conspiracy and bribery trial that began in Manhattan yesterday, a defense attorney said in his opening statement to the jury. Read More

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Nassau to Keep Posting D.W.I. Suspects’ Photos

By Derrick Henry Published: October 10, 2008 JUST over four months after Nassau County began posting photographs of drunken-driving suspects on its Web site, officials said that it was too early to tell whether the threat of shaming those drivers was working but that they intended to continue the initiative. From May 25, when the Read More

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Cheating on the SAT: A Moral or Legal Crime?

Recently, a Long Island SAT cheating scandal made national news.  I have been fascinated by this case since the story broke. It is a personal one as I am a graduate of Great Neck North High School, the birthplace of the scandal.  I am also interested in the case as a former prosecutor (Manhattan District Read More

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