SHERMAN v. SHERMAN


7 N.Y.2d 1032 (1960)

Alicia L. Sherman, Appellant, v. Leonard Sherman, Respondent.

Court of Appeals of the State of New York.

Decided March 31, 1960.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Paul Englander for appellant.

Irving Moldauer and Daniel Cohen for respondent.

Concur: Judges DYE, FROESSEL, VAN VOORHIS and FOSTER. Dissent: Chief Judge DESMOND and Judges FULD and BURKE.


Judgment affirmed, without costs; no opinion.

Chief Judge DESMOND and Judges FULD and BURKE dissent from so much of the judgment as grants defendant a separation on his counterclaims and vote to reverse the judgment to that extent and to dismiss defendant's counterclaims upon the ground that the record fails to establish cruel and inhuman treatment of defendant by plaintiff. (See, e.g., Russ v. Russ, 4 N.Y.2d 743, affg. 3 A.D.2d 888.)


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