Southern District Extends Effort to Settle NYPD Cases
"While we welcome these revisions they do nothing to address the plan's most serious problems," he said. "As revised, the plan makes changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that the Southern District has no authority to make and leaves plaintiffs at a serious disadvantage in litigating police misconduct cases against the NYPD. Whatever concerns the court may have about these cases, this plan is neither an appropriate nor fair solution."
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