New York City police unions protesting the city's agreement to settle lawsuits on stop-and-frisk practices waited too long before trying to insert themselves into the high-profile litigation, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit said Friday.
Trystan Edwards, an infant under the age of 14 years, by his natural guardian and mother, Diana Edwards, and Diana Edwards, Plaintiffs v. City of Mount Vernon, Defendant, 52598/2011
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In the Matter of Stephen C. Jackson (admitted as Stephen Curtis Jackson, a suspended attorney, M-4018 (September 26, 2014)
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