The D.A.’s petition drive: for or against justice?

James Moore, who murdered teenager Pamela Moss in 1962, is New York State’s longest-serving prisoner. Each time Moore’s case comes up for parole, the Monroe County district attorney circulates a petition opposing his release. Should these petitions continue? 

Copyright case awaits further action

Rochester Institute of Technology is once again enmeshed in a dispute with film critic Stanley Kauffman’s estate. A recent circuit court reversal leaves RIT with virtually no options other than settling the suit or taking its chances in a jury trial.

For La’Ron Singletary, trust comes first

The new Rochester Police Department leader says he’s “chief for everyone,” but as an African American he understands why some in the community have little faith they will be treated fairly by law enforcement officers. He plans to earn their trust.

A question of culpability

If a bank employee helped fraudsters run a Ponzi scheme, should the bank be held responsible and forced to repay defrauded investors? A local court case may provide an answer to that question.