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Feds: Postal carrier took bribes to help dealers get marijuana through the mailDennis Bernhard, 56, of Derby, a former U.S. mail carrier, pleaded guilty Thurs
Feds: Postal carrier took bribes to help dealers get marijuana through the mail
The Buffalo News / Posted 10 days ago
Dennis Bernhard, 56, of Derby, a former U.S. mail carrier, pleaded guilty Thursday before Senior U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny to a charge of bribery for helping drug dealers on the East Side of Buffalo obtain marijuana through the U.S.... Read more
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Feds: Postal carrier took bribes to help dealers get drugs through U.S. mailDennis Bernhard, 56, of Derby, a former U.S. mail carrier, pleaded guilty Thurs
Feds: Postal carrier took bribes to help dealers get drugs through U.S. mail
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 days ago
Dennis Bernhard, 56, of Derby, a former U.S. mail carrier, pleaded guilty Thursday before Senior U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny to a charge of bribery for helping drug dealers on the East Side of Buffalo get illicit drugs through the U.S.... Read more
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Former postal carrier pleads guilty to briberyDennis Bernhard, 56, of Derby, a former U.S. mail carrier, pleaded guilty Thurs
Former postal carrier pleads guilty to bribery
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 days ago
Dennis Bernhard, 56, of Derby, a former U.S. mail carrier, pleaded guilty Thursday before Senior U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny y to a charge of bribery for helping drug dealers on the East Side of Buffalo get illicit drugs through the U.S.... Read more
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The Buffalo News
public defender imprisoned on drug, weapons chargesA former Monroe County public defender is going to prison for five years after
public defender imprisoned on drug, weapons charges
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
A former Monroe County public defender is going to prison for five years after pleading guilty to drug and weapons charges. Andrew Rissew, 39, formerly of Medina, was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny to the mandatory... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Pravin Mehta, ‘Dr. Feel Good,’ gets prison for dealing opiate pillsEven at the age of 77, Pravin V. Mehta is one of the faces of the opiate epidem
Pravin Mehta, ‘Dr. Feel Good,’ gets prison for dealing opiate pills
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
Even at the age of 77, Pravin V. Mehta is one of the faces of the opiate epidemic. The former Niagara Falls doctor signed tens of thousands of prescriptions over a five-year period and, at one time, wrote more prescriptions than all but one other... Read more
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Niagara Falls’ ‘Dr. Feel Good’ gets two years in prison for dealing pills, contributing to opiate epidemicEven at the age of 77, Pravin V. Mehta is one of the faces of the opiate epidem
Niagara Falls’ ‘Dr. Feel Good’ gets two years in prison for dealing pills, contributing to opiate epidemic
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
Even at the age of 77, Pravin V. Mehta is one of the faces of the opiate epidemic. The former Niagara Falls doctor signed tens of thousands of prescriptions over a five-year period and, at one time, wrote more prescriptions than all but one other... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Niagara Falls’ ‘Dr. Feel Good’ gets 2 years in prison for dealing pillsThere are many faces – addicts, drug dealers and law enforcement – in the ongoi
Niagara Falls’ ‘Dr. Feel Good’ gets 2 years in prison for dealing pills
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
There are many faces – addicts, drug dealers and law enforcement – in the ongoing opiate epidemic. One of them, a Niagara Falls doctor who signed tens of thousands of prescriptions, some of them illegal, is going to prison for two years. Pravin V.... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Federal court marks 10th anniversary of civil case resolution programWhen you think of lawyers and lawsuits, images of courtroom confrontations and
Federal court marks 10th anniversary of civil case resolution program
The Buffalo News / Posted 26 days ago
When you think of lawyers and lawsuits, images of courtroom confrontations and conflict tend to follow. Even in civil suits, where the stakes may not be as high, it’s not uncommon to see attorneys stake out a position and dig in their heels. But... Read more
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Falls man sent to prison for two armed incidentsLOCKPORT – A Niagara Falls man was sentenced Tuesday to four to eight years in
Falls man sent to prison for two armed incidents
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
LOCKPORT – A Niagara Falls man was sentenced Tuesday to four to eight years in prison for a couple of armed incidents involving female victims in 2014. Niagara County Judge Sara Sheldon imposed the terms on Jamar T. Shipp, 26, of Cedar Avenue, who... Read more
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The Buffalo News
High Court refuses to hear appeal in Lew-Port caseLEWISTON - The U.S. Supreme Court put an end to litigation over the 2007 ouster
High Court refuses to hear appeal in Lew-Port case
The Buffalo News / Posted 29 days ago
LEWISTON - The U.S. Supreme Court put an end to litigation over the 2007 ouster of a Lewiston-Porter Board of Education member Monday, refusing for a second time to hear an appeal filed by Edward M. Lilly. After a long period of hostilities between... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Appeals court upholds Tonawanda Coke’s criminal convictions for polluting, clears path for health studyA long-awaited study into the public health impact of Tonawanda Coke’s manufact
Appeals court upholds Tonawanda Coke’s criminal convictions for polluting, clears path for health study
The Buffalo News / Posted 29 days ago
A long-awaited study into the public health impact of Tonawanda Coke’s manufacturing operations got the go-ahead Monday from a federal appeals court. The court, in a ruling that came just weeks after the case was heard, upheld the company’s criminal... Read more
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Appeals court upholds Tonawanda Coke’s punishment for pollutingA 10-year, $11 million study into the health of Tonawanda and Grand Island resi
Appeals court upholds Tonawanda Coke’s punishment for polluting
The Buffalo News / Posted 30 days ago
A 10-year, $11 million study into the health of Tonawanda and Grand Island residents is likely to move forward now that an appeals court has upheld Tonawanda Coke Corp.’s punishment. The U.S. Court of Appeals in Manhattan issued a ruling Monday... Read more

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