NYC Opposes Police Intervention In Stop-And-Frisk Suits

Law360, New York (February 14, 2014, 8:29 PM EST) -- The city of New York on Friday withdrew its prior consent to let police unions intervene in the stop-and-frisk class actions that call for widespread policing reforms and urged the Second Circuit to grant its motion for remand to the district court.

Corporation counsel Zachary Carter told the appeals court in a memorandum that allowing the unions to intervene at this point would only hinder a settlement the city recently reached with plaintiffs in both cases. The police unions want to appeal the merits of U.S....
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