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11, Nov 2014 - Guldi Denied Parole, Will Spend At Least Two More Years Behind Bars Former Suffolk County Legislator George Guldi will continue to call the Marcy Correctional Facility in upstate New York his home for at least the next two years, after his first bid for parole was denied.
25, Sep 2014 - No Money Means No Justice For New York's Indigent Poor New Yorkers who can't afford defense attorneys have been stepped on and denied their Sixth Amendment right to counsel for decades. Seven years ago, the NYCLU filed suit [ PDF ] against Onondaga, Schuyler, Washington, and Suffolk counties, for inadequately providing for the defense of their most vulnerable citizens, and in a few weeks the case will go to trial. [ more › ]
24, Jul 2014 - Suffolk County jail warden is highest-paid muni worker in NY The Empire Center for Public Policy reports 1,803 local government employees outside of New York City have been paid more than Gov. Andrew Cuomo's $179,000 salary in the past year. The report from the fiscally conservative group for the year ending March 31 shows 47 of the 50 highest-paid municipal employees working for police departments or sheriff's offices and each taking home more than $250 ...
21, Jul 2014 - Dead dog washes up in a lobster trap filled with bricks: SPCA EATONS NECK, New York (PIX11) - The Suffolk County SPCA has launched an investigation after a lobster trap with a dead dog inside washed up on a private beach. The trap was found on the sand along Old Winkle Point Drive Tuesday evening. The body was badly bloated, but SPCA officials identified the animal as a […]
16, Jun 2014 - NYCLU Says the Real 'Orange is the New Black' Prison Is Worse Than on the TV Show The New York Civil Liberties Union has launched a campaign called 'Humanity is the New Black' to raise awareness about condition in the real Suffolk County Jail.
16, Jun 2014 - ‘Humanity is the New Black’ campaign targets Riverside jail Conditions at the Riverside jail aren’t what they seem on the hit Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.” According to the New York Civil Liberties Union, which filed a lawsuit against Suffolk County two years ago, they’re much worse. The advocacy group has launched a publicity campaign called “Humanity is the New Black” to […]
05, Jun 2014 - ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Pulled Into ACLU Campaign Against Exploding Jail Toilets “Toilets Explode on Set of ‘Orange is the New Black,'” the New York branch of the American Civil Liberties Union announced this week in a release about a Long Island jail. The group is suing Suffolk County over conditions at its Riverhead facility, which according to the NYCLU include vermin, extreme heat and cold, and free-floating feces that spewed from exploding toilets. If it sounds like ...
21, May 2014 - One Fund scammer pleads guilty, gets jail time A New York woman who admitted today she stole $480,000 from the One Fund — meant for the victims and survivors of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing — will remain behind bars but could be free in little more than a year. Suffolk Superior Court Judge Carol S. Ball sentenced Audrea Gause, 27, to 2 1/2 to 3 years at MCI-Framingham state prison for ripping off the One Fund, crediting her for the ...
21, May 2014 - Man charged in fatal stabbing on Long Island BABYLON, N.Y. (AP) - A man is jailed on a manslaughter charge after a fatal stabbing near a Little League baseball field on New York's Long Island. Suffolk County police say 28-year-old Michael Grusel knifed James Moran during a fight around noon, Saturday in Babylon.
03, May 2014 - NYC man files suit against Long Island officer NEW YORK (AP) - A Brooklyn man has sued a Suffolk County police officer for allegedly threatening to beat him after a traffic stop. Sandino Hazzard says his civil rights were violated when the officer pulled him over in North Babylon and falsely arrested him on Aug. 15, 2012.
09, Apr 2013 - New jail opening in NY's Suffolk County YAPHANK, N.Y. (AP) - New York's Suffolk County has a new $185 million jail. The first 440 prisoners are expected to arrive this week. County Executive Steve Bellone has dubbed the controversial facility a "Taj Mahal." He says 'it's terrible news for the taxpayers."
09, Apr 2013 - New Suffolk County jail opens this week New York's Suffolk County has a new $185 million jail.
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