Jeffrey Wicks has often been featured in local and national news reports for his work in the groundbreaking same-sex rights case Martinez v. Monroe County.
November 25, 2008 — New York Civil Liberties Union
“NYCLU Victory in Same-Sex Marriage Case Stands as Monroe County Announces It Won’t Appeal”
May 7, 2008 — Empire State News
“New York’s highest court validates lesbian couple’s Canadian marriage”
March 6, 2008 — The New York Times
“Gay Marriage Gains Notice in State Court”
February 2, 2008 — The New York Times
“State Court Recognizes Gay Marriages From Elsewhere”
January 9, 2011 — Democrat and Chronicle
“Former officer sues Monroe County Sheriff’s Office”
A former Monroe County Sheriff’s Office veteran, represented by Jeffrey Wicks, sued the department, claiming he was forced to resign because of residency requirements that he contends run counter to New York state law.
May 6, 2010 — ROCnow.com
“Monroe sheriff’s deputy Charles Campanella II sues over alleged department reprisals”
October 21, 2009 — YNN.com
“Sheriff’s Deputy Alleges Harassment in Lawsuit”
March 26, 2009 — 13WHAM
“Don Murphy Still Not Allowed Back to Work”
August 5, 2010 — Democrat and Chronicle
“Man pleads not guilty to participating in big marijuana trafficking ring”
September 17, 2009 — Democrat and Chronicle
“Mendon justice dismisses firearms charge against teen”
A Mendon town justice dismissed a criminal charge against a teenager accused of possessing an illegal firearm during an apparent suicide attempt.
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