The New York State Crime Victims Board may not sue on its own to recover proceeds from a biography of a convicted felon, an Appellate Division, First Department, panel has ruled.

In a decision released yesterday, the justices said that the state board can only seek to claim the proceeds of a book about a crime when it is acting on behalf of an individual crime victim or good Samaritan.

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