Norman Siegel

Norman Siegel appears in the following:

A Fight For the Right To Record Police Officers

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Civil rights attorney Norman Siegel discusses his client Debra Goodman's lawsuit, which seeks to clarify that people have the right (under the First Amendment) to film or record police officers without being harassed or arrested. Goodman discusses her arrest after filming police activity last year and what she's hoping to accomplish with the lawsuit she filed in federal court. 

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Monserrate Expulsion Vote

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The state Senate on Tuesday voted 53-to-8 to expel Sen. Hiram Monserrate following his conviction last year for assaulting his girlfriend. Civil rights lawyer Norman Siegel will be defending Senator Monserrate in court; Senator Eric Schneiderman (D-Manhattan, Bronx) was chair of the committee that investigated Monserrate's actions.

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The Public Advocate Race: Norman Siegel

Friday, September 04, 2009

Each day this week Brian is interviewing the Democratic candidates running for Public Advocate. Today, the last in the series, a conversation with Norman Siegel, who discusses his qualifications and stances on the important issues.

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Affordability Issues

Friday, September 04, 2009

One of the main sticking points in health care negotiations has to do with the role of drug companies, and whether to make concessions in order to ensure their support. California representative Henry Waxman has been a vocal critic of the pharmaceutical industry. Plus: converting vacant condos into affordable housing; ...

The Sean Bell Verdict

Monday, April 28, 2008

Gregory Meeks, Congressman (D- NY 6) representing South East Queens, Nayaba Arinde, editor of the Amsterdam News, and Norman Siegel, former executive director of the NYCLU and civil rights attorney who works with 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement discuss the weekend’s protests and the ongoing reaction ...

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The Prosecution Rests

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Eugene O'Donnell, professor of law and police science at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Errol Louis, columnist for the Daily News, and civil rights attorney Norman Siegel talk about the latest in the trial of the officers charged in the Sean Bell shooting.

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