This article begins by describing the structure of the appellate system in New York state, introducing the features of the typical New York pothole law, and summarizing the New York cases that set the substantive and procedural background for a discussion and analysis of judicial drift.
Kenneth L. Gartner,
Pothole Laws, Appellate Courts, and Judicial Drift,
19 J. App. Prac. & Process 173
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