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A grand jury is hearing from witnesses about the stabbing on Sept. 27, according to the district attorney’s office and Sanford Rubenstein, Ms. Dennis’ attorney. Mr. Rubenstein said the family will not take legal action until after Mr. McCree’s funeral.

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Stoll’s allegations have “outraged” the boy’s family, their attorney, Scott Rynecki, told the Daily News on Wednesday. “They intend to fully cooperate with law enforcement to see that Mr. Affoon is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for his heinous act,” Rynecki said.

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Lawyer Sanford Rubenstein said both families plan to sue the city for not putting in metal detectors and taking other measures to better protect students. “We can see how well-loved this kid was,” he said Friday. “The responsibility for this kid’s death is not only with his alleged killer, but also with the Department of Education.”

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A dozen teens who flashed hand signs jammed into a Bronx courtroom Tuesday to catch a glimpse of accused killer Abel Cedeno — but only after taking off their T-shirts.

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“There are serious legal issues involving the Department of Education and the NYPD school safety division that must be addressed here,” said family attorney Sanford Rubenstein. Dennis said she sent Matthew to the Bronx high school because it was a smaller school and she considered it a safer option.

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Veillard’s attorneys, Sanford Rubenstein and Scott Rynecki, filed a $5 million notice of claim Tuesday against the city, the MTA and Q20 driver Devon Bryan. The notice “is the required first step prior to filing a lawsuit against all those parties responsible for this horrible accident,” Rubenstein said.

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“The fact of the matter is, she showed her ID, the child identified her as the mother, the grandmother who was there was on an approved list to pick up the child showed her ID, and the driver still refused to release the child,” Rubenstein said.

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"This wrongful death is particularly troubling when the officer who shot and killed this mentally ill victim was the only one of four officers responding without special training in dealing with the mentally ill and had shot an emotionally disturbed person prior to this occurrence," said Sanford Rubenstein, the attorney for Dwayne Jeune's family who filed the court papers on Monday.

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"Clearly, we are looking forward to a jury in the Bronx making a determination with regard to liability and damages, a jury of his peers so that justice will be done," said Sanford Rubenstein, family's attorney.

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"We need the governor to extend his executive order appointing the attorney general in our state to investigate and prosecute when appropriate all killings of mentally ill, whether armed or unarmed, by police. The killings must stop."
- Sanford Rubenstein
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