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PEOPLE'S REQUEST TO DENY DISCLOSURE BECAUSE OF CONCERNS FOR WITNESS SAFETY SHOULD HAVE BEEN GRANTED IN ITS ENTIRETY (SECOND DEPT).

The Second Department determined the prosecutor's request to deny disclosure of certain exhibits should have been granted: Pursuant to CPL 245.70(6), a party who has unsuccessfully sought, or opposed the granting of, a protective order relating…
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THERE WAS EVIDENCE THE WATER ON THE FLOOR WAS A RECURRENT DANGEROUS CONDITION; PLAINTIFF SHOULD HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO PRESENT AS A WITNESS DEFENDANT'S EMPLOYEE, THE BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT AT THE TIME OF THE SLIP AND FALL, DESPITE LATE NOTIFICATION; THE DIRECTED VERDICT WAS REVERSED (FIRST DEPT).

The First Department, reversing the directed verdict, determined the proof demonstrated water leaking from the ceiling onto the floor was a recurrent dangerous condition which was not addressed by the landlord. The First Department also held…
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FAMILY COURT SHOULD NOT HAVE, SUA SPONTE, TERMINATED MOTHER'S PARENTAL RIGHTS ON MENTAL-ILLNESS GROUNDS IN THE ABSENCE OF THE STATUTORILY-REQUIRED PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION (THIRD DEPT).

The Third Department, reversing Family Court, determined Family Court should not have terminated mother's parental right on mental-illness grounds without the results of the statutorily-required examination. The psychologist appointed to evaluate…

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