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Coney Island »

New Rules Mean Less Pension Money for Officer Who Survived Arson Fire

Officer Rosa Rodriguez is the first officer affected by a 2009 change to NYPD and FDNY pensions.

Civic Center »

City Seeks to Vacate Judge's Stop-and-Frisk Ruling

The city will file a motion to vacate a federal judge's ruling, according to the city Law Department.

Wakefield »

Grand Jury Votes Not to Indict Cop Who Shot Ramarley Graham

Lawyers for Richard Haste said he was told by fellow officers that the teen had a gun.

Concourse Village »

Judge May Throw Out Indictment of Officer Who Shot Ramarley Graham

Supreme Court Justice Steven L. Barrett said the grand jury may have received misleading instructions.

Manhattan »

Cop Union Lawyers Threaten to Quit Amid Ticket-Fixing Probe

Murray Weiss reports that lawyers for the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association are squabbling over legal strategy in the ticket-fixing scandal.

Manhattan »

Cop Union Hires 'Goodfellas' Lawyer as Ticket Fixing Scandal Grows

The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association has hired top lawyers to fend off possible criminal charges against the union.

Manhattan »

Police, Firefighter Unions Vow to Fight Pension Cuts

The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association and Uniformed Firefighters Association say they will fight proposed cuts.

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