Articles by Peter Pullano

Rochester area reacts to Chauvin verdict

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Many in Rochester are reacting after former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts Tuesday. Chauvin was found guilty of…

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Cuomo impeachment latest: formal process ‘hasn’t even begun’

(WBNG) — While there are currently three ongoing investigations into allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo (D), the formal process of impeachment…

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Some New Yorkers previously convicted of marijuana crimes will have those convictions wiped

(WBNG) — When someone is convicted of a crime, they face far more penalties than just prison, which is why legal experts say they are so excited about New York’s…

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Marijuana legalization in NY: Now that it’s official, what can you really do?

NEW YORK CITY (PIX11)— Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law Wednesday, legalizing adult-use of marijuana. But creating a system to get marijuana sales up and running…

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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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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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Prosecutors surely will proceed in timely fashion this time in Morgan case

The government was embarrassed once already in an attempt to convict Robert Morgan and three others on fraud charges, so it’s safe to assume federal prosecutors believe very…

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How the release of Daniel Prude grand jury records could create new legal terrain in NY

On Tuesday, after an announcement that police officers involved in the death of Daniel Prude had been cleared by a grand jury, state Attorney General Letitia James revealed that a…

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Rochester Police officers involved in Daniel Prude case will not face criminal charges

New York State Attorney General Tish James announced Tuesday the seven Rochester Police officers involved in the Daniel Prude case will not face any criminal charges. James said…

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NY lawmakers push to ban use of chemical irritants on minors

Days after body cam footage was released showing a 9-year old girl being pepper sprayed while handcuffed in the back of a police car in Rochester, New York State lawmakers are…

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