State of New York Courts

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Jonathan Lippman, chief judge of the state of New York, talks about his plans for a separate youth court and to settle foreclosure cases.


Jonathan Lippman

Comments [8]

Check that link:

Mar. 02 2012 12:38 PM

When is WNYC going to set aside a time period for a retrospective on Chief Judge Lippman long and storied legal career - his early days of practicing law through the progressive precedent setting judicial decisions that are the object of every law student over the past generation.

Maybe it can be co-hosted by Wayne Barrett, from the Village Voice, who has made some efforts to have Judge Lippman's career honesty evaluated.

Mar. 02 2012 12:34 PM

why are all self represented litigants disrespected by the court?

Feb. 29 2012 03:30 PM
Zakariah from Ststen Island, NY

Your guest makes me feel that my bad habits of not taking drugs as recommended has some merits. I used to take vioxx before it was taken off the market but i took about once or twice a week or when i had a flare up. i refused to take pain medication after open heart surgery when i found the pain after the effects of the medication was worse than before the medication. i take me blood pressure and anti cholestrol medication abut twice or thrice a week or when i remember.

Feb. 29 2012 11:45 AM
GJ from NYC

Did he say that the judicial system separates the US from every other country? Doesn't that sound crazy? It's so strange that even highly educated Americans feel the need to comfort themselves with things like that.

Feb. 29 2012 10:54 AM

Wow. Restores my hope that we will eventually come to our senses again, with the help of the reasoned wisdom and humanity of Judge Lippman!


Feb. 29 2012 10:51 AM

... not so sure how "shiny" that beacon is any more.

Feb. 29 2012 10:50 AM
Amy from Manhattan

Will the records of people who've already been convicted at 16 or 17 be sealed retroactively? Will there be any compensation for them?

Feb. 29 2012 10:43 AM

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