Two cases decided Thursday by New York’s highest court give defendants more ability to say they were bullied by police during interrogations. One local attorney puts into perspective how it might change police interview practices.
The Onondaga County District Attorney and the Syracuse Police Chief say a Georgia man has been arrested after evidence linked him to the death of his ex-wife in Syracuse dating back to 1985. Colleen Meadow’s estranged husband, Ronald Meadow has been charged with second degree murder. Meadow was found strangled to death in her Syracuse Apartment. District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick says a particular investigator was instrumental.