Hofstra Law Review


Salim Katach


The article discusses a tenant's procedural due process right in Chronic Nuisance Ordinance (CNO) jurisdictions in America, and it mentions a lawsuit involving single mother Lakisha Briggs who was accused of violating Norristown, Pennsylvania's CNO following a disorderly conduct and fighting incident in 2012. According to the article, CNOs are designed to encourage property owners to prevent criminal activity on their properties and to recover the costs associated with police services.

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