Duuude indeed. Did you know they're thinking about decriminalizing public displays of just less than one ounce of weed? That doesn't mean you can smoke in public, but it means that getting caught with a little pot wouldn't result in a criminal record.
It's unclear, however, whether Gov. Andrew Cuo ... More >>
Yesterday, law enforcement officials and state lawmakers got in line to pucker up to the rump of Governor Andrew Cuomo because of his plan to decriminalize "public view" marijuana possession. Cuomo's move is being heralded as a civil rights victory for young Hispanic and African-American New Yorkers ... More >>
New York still hasn't decided whether it's going to OK medical marijuana, but more developments across the U.S. suggest that it's spreading -- though with some legal blowback from the U.S. courts and feds.
State Supreme Court Judge Gustin L. Reichbach outed himself as a pot-smoker in a New York Times op-ed today.
Reichbach, you see, has battled pancreatic cancer for three and a half years. His current treatment includes high doses of chemotherapy, which leads to constant pain, nausea, insomnia, and ... More >>
The disturbing reports today from the trial of a detective on corruption charges once again confirm allegations raised in the Voice's NYPD Tapes series that the quota pressure causes police officers to do bad things.
Former Brooklyn narcotics detective Stephen Anderson testified last week th ... More >>
Hope Reichbach, a 22-year-old aide to Councilman Stephen Levin, was found dead in her Brooklyn apartment Thursday afternoon. Reichbach, the daughter of Supreme Court Justice Gustin Reichbach, was discovered after an overdose and pronounced dead on the scene. The NYPD does not suspect foul pla ... More >>