Law & Justice

October 19, 2018

On a regular basis, clients express their fear that if they ever go into a nursing home and/or need long-term care, the Medicaid program will take their home and life savings.  While it is prudent to be concerned as to what will occur if you or a family member needs long-term care, Medicaid does ...

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The Town Board has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by the estate of a court clerk in which she claimed she was discriminated against and not reappointed in 2015 due to medical issues she was facing. The months-long legal dispute ended Tuesday, Jan. 23, when the Town Board ...

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Two North Salem men whose illegal deeds were discovered during the two-year investigation into the bludgeoning death of Westchester socialite Lois Colley are expected to learn their fates in the unrelated theft of hay from her property in two months. Angel Parra Penafield, 36, ...

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Though representatives of Hayfields Market declined to comment, State Police have called on the public to assist in the investigation of a theft that occurred there last month. In a short message accompanied by two grainy photos, State Police issued a press release Dec. 13, ...

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Two years after the murder of North Salem resident Lois Colley, authorities announced today that an arrest was made. Esdras Marroquin Gomez, a former laborer who had worked on Colley's 300-acre estate, was arraigned today before Judge Barbara Zambelli on an indictment ...

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