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Veterans treatment courts seek to rehabilitate veterans in lieu of punishment after an arrest

If you had served the country and have been arrested you might be thinking to yourself, “how did I get here, and where should I go from here?” Going from serving your country…

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Veterans Treatment Courts Seek to Rehabilitate Veterans in Lieu of Punishment after an Arrest

If you had served the country and have been arrested you might be thinking to yourself, “how did I get here, and where should I go from here?” Going from serving your country…

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What may lie ahead for Governor Cuomo and his legal team

ALBANY (WRGB) – Governor Cuomo‘s attorney in the sexual-harassment allegations against him made her self known Friday after an eighth accuser came forward in a New York…

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Student loan debt forgiveness and the economic impact it could have in CNY

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — President Joe Biden has expressed the need to forgive student loans, but the question remains how much. Right now, Biden supports $10,000 per student, except…

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DoD plan will streamline contractor security clearance appeals

Department of Defense contractors who believe that their security clearances were unfairly denied or revoked will soon all go to the same authority to get reviewed, under a DoD…

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Three Social Media Activities That Might Cost You Your Security Clearance

It should be no surprise that most clearance holders have active social media accounts on one or more of the many available platforms. Censorship has rapidly increased over the…

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Jail guard: Schenectady County ignores plea for nonbinary policy

SCHENECTADY – Desiree Pieniazek’s desire to be identified by Schenectady County as nonbinary has prompted the veteran corrections officer to file complaints against the…

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Two Rochester teens now charged with murder in Lyell Avenue arson case

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Officials from the Monroe County District Attorney’s office announced elevated charges for two teens arrested in a fatal arson case on Lyell Avenue.…

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What Service Members Should Know Before Going to Military Court

The difference surrounding how courts go through jury selection might seem straightforward on the outside; however, when it comes to military courts, the process is atypical of…

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Introducing the attorneys chosen to investigate allegations against Gov. Cuomo

The investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now in the hands of two private attorneys selected by the new York State Attorney General. One has a strong background in…

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