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New York Court of Appeals: March 25, 2015  

The New York Court of Appeals will hear four cases at the Syracuse University College of Law Melanie Gray Ceremonial Courtroom at Noon on March 25, 2015. This guide provides information about the cases and court research.
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Research Sources for NY Appellate Practice

Thomas R. Newman,
New York Appellate Practice

New York Appellate Practice

Law Library - Floor 2:
KFN6075 .N49 1985

David D. Siegel,
New York Practice

New York Practice, 5th (Practitioner Treatise Series)

Law Library - Reference & Reserves:
KFN5995 .S54 2011


New York Court of Appeals

Decisions for The People v. Pernell A. Flanders and The People v. Clifford Graham were released by the Court May 5, 2015.

Official Notice to the Bar about the March 25, 2015 Session.

The Court of Appeals is New York's Highest Court and consists of six Associate Judges and the Chief Judge.

The Court of Appeals website has a great deal of information about the court, court rules, pending cases, oral argument webcasts etc.: 

The live webcast of the oral arguments will be available here: 

Four cases are scheduled for oral argument on Wednesday, March 25 at the Syracuse University College of Law:

Detailed Case Summaries provided by the Court of Appeals Public Information Office are provided for background purposes here.

The Calender of cases, including information about oral argument time limits is available here.

Malay v. Syracuse
(Issues: Limitations of Actions--Commencement of Action after Termination of Prior Action)

People v. Clifford Graham
(Issues: Crimes--Confession)

Matter of the Estate of Robyn R. Lewis
(Issues: Wills--Revocations)

People v. Pernell A. Flanders
(Issues: Crimes--Jurors)

We will provide information about these cases on this website.  Depending upon the case, the following information/documents may be available: records on appeal, briefs submitted by all parties, general information about the status of cases.  Law Librarians at the Syracuse University College of Law Library are retrieving this information from the "Court-PASS" (Public Access and Search System):

Additional information may be posted on the Court of Appeals website.

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