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NYPD Surveillance Practices Under Fire From Community

Muslim groups and civil rights advocates announce lawsuit concerning NYPD surveillance.

A group of New York City Muslims teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union, New York Civil Liberties Union, and the Creating Law Enforcement Accountability & Responsibility (CLEAR) project of Main Street Legal Services at the CUNY School of Law to file a lawsuit against the NYPD.

NY Judge Tosses Indictment of Officer in Ramarley Graham Shooting

Bronx 18-Year-Old's Shooting Led to Protests and More


    A judge threw out manslaughter charges on Wednesday against a New York Police Department officer accused of killing an unarmed suspect last year in a Bronx home - a ruling that prompted a courtroom outburst by the victim's mother and a vow by prosecutors to still pursue the case.

NY Group Wants to End Illegal Frisks Outside Private Apartment Buildings

Trial begins to Determine Constitutionality of Stop-and-Frisk outside Private Buildings

A federal judge has begun a week-long trial in New York to determine if the city police department is unconstitutionally carrying out its stop-and-frisk program outside private apartment buildings.