Paul J. Cambria represents one of the key defendants in a trial over allegations that a classified advertising website called Backpage.com was used to facilitate prostitution and money-laundering.
Two Buffalo men who served more than two decades in prison for murder were wrongly convicted of the crime, a judge ruled Wednesday, vacating the guilty verdicts lodged against the two as teenagers.
"The former executive law has been repealed, meaning the petition challenges a law that no longer exists," the judge wrote in his ruling.
A recent series of local suits coming before State Supreme Court judges have led to temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions barring enforcement of the governor's Covid-19 restrictions.
Former Rep. Chris Collins, who had been serving a 26-month sentence for insider trading in a Florida prison, has been released following a pardon by President Trump.
They say they were wrongly convicted as teenagers because of ineffective representation from their trial lawyers.
Justice Frank Sedita III called the state's pandemic-related ban on advertised and ticketed shows at the Sportsmen’s Tavern and other venues an unconstitutional abridgment of free speech.
Thanks to the recent sale and reopening of New York International Raceway Park in Lancaster, plenty of grateful and relieved drag racers will fill the staging lanes when a new era begins there Friday night. Among them will be noted area attorney and veteran drag racer Paul Cambria. Instead of owning the track as once appeared a strong possibility,
A Buffalo City Court judge Tuesday dismissed charges against Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane stemming from alleged incidents involving two women and a bouncer at a West Chippewa bar in June 2016. Paul Cambria, Kane’s attorney, said Tuesday night that the dismissal was the result of a plea agreement that was approved back in October by Buffalo City Court