Gothamist covers Vaccaro & White’s efforts to make public the facts concerning the death of Ryo Oyamda, a Japanese student struck and killed by two NYPD officers in a police cruiser.
The death of Shereese Francis has rekindled a decades-long debate over the NYPD’s treatment of the mentally ill.
A family sues to get documents from the NYPD, who selectively leek information to the press while simultaneously denying the family’s access to the very same information.
Steve Vaccaro, who represents the family of Shereese Fancis, criticizes the NYPD’s unjustified delays in withholding information from victims’ families.
Rankin & Taylor attorney Steve Vaccaro has filed a lawsuit against the NYPD for refusing to release information under New York’s Freedom of Information Law.