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NYC Transit wanted us all to carry ID?

What startles me about this piece of news via the Daily Judge rules unconstitutional NYC Transit’s law requiring straphangers to carry ID  – NY Daily News is that I had no idea the Transit Authority had written an identification rule! … Continue reading

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The Judge: one judge’s life

Today’s Daily News had an absorbing short piece about Justice Milton Tingling, the Supreme Court judge who just ruled against Mayor Bloomberg’s ban on big soda bottles. I’m less interested in the soda bottle ban than I am in the … Continue reading

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Housing Court 14

On January 31, 2013, I appeared in Housing Court to support my last (I’m flexing my fingers as exercise so I can type…) Affidavit In Support of an Order to Show Cause To Restore to the Calendar for a Compliance … Continue reading

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