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SBA sent out an email, stating if the judge decides to throw out the questions the list would be regraded. They also stated that the judge can decide if ANY sgt get promoted off this list. Personally they should just hire from the original test date takers. That way the scammers wont get made. No need to punish those that pass truthfully.


 I think the whole scammer thing has been laid to rest. They lost that lawsuit, this is a new one challenging the questions. 

I guess the judge can start throwing out questions, or else this thing would have been over yesterday.


 Yep. Court doesn't care about supposed cheating. Zero proof



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Many of you think their lawyers are stupid but i beg to differ.
It's a two prongue attack by the 9
First their lawyers delivered bs allegation to test situation and stall the process. They achieved their objective: it bought them time(from promoting sgts from the list since dcas signed off and dept was ready to go with promotion) and brought attention to the debacle from various news agencies. Even Bratton voiced his opinion on ny1
Then, they delivered their main punch NOE, throwouts etc.
I dont think anything will come out of it.
Good luck to those who started reading PG. we now have to deal with 221. Lol

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Im telling you now, if the judge throws out the 6 questions and doubles this list it means I have to wait another year for an exam. In which case I will be filing a lawsuit on how much utter bullshyt that is and to overturn that. Be forewarned.

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Lmfao sure that will go far.

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fodx wrote:

Im telling you now, if the judge throws out the 6 questions and doubles this list it means I have to wait another year for an exam. In which case I will be filing a lawsuit on how much utter bullshyt that is and to overturn that. Be forewarned.


 I'm with you on that



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So only 6 questions are being challenged because their content was not referenced in the NOE?

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If the judge indeed throws out the questions I can't see dcas fighting it.  In the interest of the city who has already claimed a hardship due to all the lieutenant slots that need to be filled, and the fact that the police commissioner has already said that these questions should be tossed, they will accept the findings.   



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Don't see list growing much if any with questions being tossed. Some will get added some will get taken off. Doubt anything will happen.

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Samiam32 wrote:

So only 6 questions are being challenged because their content was not referenced in the NOE?


 5 of them were on the noe. Frankly the lawyer seemed like she would have no problem with only 1 change. She made it very clear that many of her clients were at 69. We will see



-- Edited by Devil Dog on Thursday 2nd of June 2016 05:20:27 PM

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Madness!!!

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And which question is the ONE that wasn't on the NOE?

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Reading the article the judge states that the items on the list have to be specifically stated on the notice as per civil testing law, while the city lawyer argued that it fell under "Task Areas." So it all comes down to the judge deciding if thats specific enough or should
The NOE have been more straight forward.

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If they only throw out one and re-grade out of 99, 69/99=69.69.

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holding20 wrote:

If they only throw out one and re-grade out of 99, 69/99=69.69.


 Haha, that is funny



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common sense wrote:

Reading the article the judge states that the items on the list have to be specifically stated on the notice as per civil testing law, while the city lawyer argued that it fell under "Task Areas." So it all comes down to the judge deciding if thats specific enough or should
The NOE have been more straight forward.


 She def didnt say it that Way.  statement was taking out of context.



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holding20 wrote:

If they only throw out one and re-grade out of 99, 69/99=69.69.


 which is exactly why i believe that the magnificient 9 are trying not to to have test graded out of 94 questions, but to have the throwouts read ABCD.  They already stated in their lawsuit that they wish those who have passed to keep their status as passing, but if the test were graded in a different manner then those with 70's who got question 106 right would now be in a fail status. 



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The exact wording in the lawsuit is they request the court to establish a special list which includes candidates with a score of 70% or higher after the EXCLUSION of the 6 questions. I am not a lawyer, but the word EXCLUSION means those 6 questions will not be included in the calculation .

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