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The Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department here in Brooklyn reached a milestone on September 9 when it seated its first all-Black bench to hear oral arguments in its history.

The bench that day consisted of Hon. Valerie Brathwaite Nelson, Hon. Cheryl Chambers, Hon. William G. Ford, and Hon.

Paul Wooten. Justice Brathwaite Nelson served as presiding judge and the panel heard 20 cases that varied from criminal appeals to Family Court matters, and employment disputes.

The Appellate Division, Second Department, located in Brooklyn Heights, is an appellate court above the New York State Supreme Court and below the New York Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court. It is the highest volume court of the four appellate courts.

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Soar High With a Fantastic Price on This 4K Drone — Its Under $70!

Once considered something fairly exclusive to pro photographers and military operations, drones have become increasingly popular among everyday people. Aside from looking awesome as they soar through the air, you can also equip them with cameras for a unique aerial view.

When exploring the market for a drone that fits your needs, you might get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of options, not to mention their prices. But for a limited time, you can take advantage of a deal on the Black GPS 4K Drone 106 Pro at a price that’s hard to beat: just $68.96. 

Powerful, Low-Fuss Technology

This innovative device packs plenty of functions for users of various ages without putting a dent in your bank account. So whether you’re exploring new ways to collect multimedia or simply desire a bird’s-eye view that alters the perspective of your surroundings, the Black GPS 4K drone delivers an impressive blend of affordability and efficiency.

Navigate your drone from a distance with efficiency while fully monitoring flights from the ground. Users can also take control of their drone through an app, so there are different ways to approach flying.

The Black GPS 4K drone is equipped with an altitude hold mode that ensures stable flight with foldable arms. Plus, a one-key automatic return lets the drone work back to its starting point without any user frustrations. The remote requires only three AA batteries, so there’s no need to work on a complicated charging process. 

This drone’s three-axis mechanical gimbal, 4K camera, and image stabilization combine to produce a high-quality experience at a surprisingly low price. Take high-definition photos and video anytime with a control distance reaching 1,200 meters. For reference, that’s as long as a dozen football fields.

Hit the Sky at a Great Value

Soar high with this special deal on the Black GPS 4K Drone 106 Pro for only $68.95.

  Black GPS 4K Drone 106 Pro with Gimbal & Electronic Image Stabilization – $68.95

Take to the Skies

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