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Future of stop-and-frisk left up to new mayor as court denies Bloomberg’s challenge

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Nov
2013

Mayor Bloombergs chances to challenge the August court ruling that would overhaul stop-and-frisk appear to be all but over. On Friday, a federal appellate court rejected a motion to reverse the ruling over claims of biased conduct by the judge. While The Wall Street Journal reports that the city can resubmit its claims in March, by then, itll be too late for Bloomberg: Bill de Blasio is scheduled to take office at the beginning of January, and hes promised to withdraw the citys appeal. This marks the end of the Bloomberg administration’s effort to short-circuit the appeals process and undo the district court’s rulings before Bill de Blasio takes office, Christopher Dunn, New York Civil Liberties Unions associate legal director, says in a statement.

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