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Factors don’t favor criminal charges against Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats have been calling on the FBI to investigate a woman’s claim that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both…

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Local $102M Ponzi scheme victims being interviewed by FBI this week

This week the Federal Bureau of Investigation is meeting with Rochester victims of an alleged nationwide Ponzi scheme. According to the United States Securities and Exchange…

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Troops beware: New security clearance rules could bite you

More service members could be at risk of losing their security clearances if they don’t keep on top of their finances, because of changes in rules for the security clearance…

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What happens now that veterans can file class-action suits against VA?

WASHINGTON — A recent federal court ruling allowing class-action suits against the Department of Veterans Affairs could lead to a host of new legal options for veterans who…

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Modular home sales complaints reach NY State Police

  SOUTH GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The State Police in Wilton are receiving a steady flow of complaints about a local modular home sales office. They say it began…

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Family wants law to protect children

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A push for change two weeks after a baby boy was found dead behind a Schenectady apartment. Relatives and family friends say little Rayen…

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Three Tully Rinckey PLLC Partners Named 2019 Best Lawyers in America

August 20, 2018 – Albany, N.Y. – Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys have been named 2019 Best Lawyers in America. Jennifer J. Corcoran and…

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Trump’s security clearance action against Brennan poses threat to many, demonstrates need for due process

Petty and vicious, the revocation of John Brennan’s security clearance by President Trump threatens many more — and much more — than the nine individuals targeted by his…

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NY Law Firm Credits Trump Tax Plan For Irish Expansion

New York-based Tully Rinckey has joined the small but growing number of American firms with an outpost in Ireland, and the firm says the Trump administration’s tax law overhaul…

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When can hate crime charges be filed?

A number of recent racially offensive displays have people asking questions about freedom of speech, and hate crimes. This week, a confederate flag was placed next to a black…

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