Anonymous Jury, Detentions After 9/11, §1983 Claims Against School District

, New York Law Journal


In their Eastern District Roundup, Schlam Stone & Dolan partners Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan review recent decisions that granted the government's motion in a criminal case against three members of the Gambino organized crime family to empanel an anonymous and partially sequestered jury, denied a Jewish student's motion to dismiss claims of discriminatory harassment under section 1983 against the school that did not prevent bullying, and more.

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