In their Eastern District Roundup, Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan, partners at Schlam Stone & Dolan, review recent decisions where the court took steps to help an inmate change his security classification, which had been based on an outdated report containing allegations rejected by the jury at trial; held that a police officer who signed a complaint in a criminal case did not later receive absolute immunity from malicious prosecution charges by testifying in the grand jury, and more.
Security Classification, Sentence Reduction, Access to Documents
New York Law Journal
August 10, 2012
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