Constitutional Issues Before the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals

This is a follow up to the April 24, 2013 post.

The “verdict” is in! Michael Ginsberg, Esq. was successful in his arguement to the highest Federal Court in NYS in Norwood v. City of Troy. In a highly contentious case the Plaintiff claimed that his civil rights had been violated by the Troy Police. The Court agreed with me and found otherwise.


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September 22, 2016 - Albany, New York

Yesterday a Federal Court Jury in Albany, NY dismissed claims against the City of Troy and a number of its' police officers and code enforcement officers. Lead Trial Counsel, Michael E. Ginsberg, Esq. of Pattison Sampson Ginsberg & Griffin, Troy NY, said "The Jury fully understood this complex case and came to the correct conclusion."

The plaintiff alleged violations of both his 4th Amendment and 14th Amendment Constitutional rights stemming from an August 2010 raid of the old Paradise Pub in Troy following reports of a gunshot victim.
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