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Friday, September 22, 2017

Sealing of Certain Records in New York State (Effective 10/7/17)


Have you been convicted of a crime in New York? Has it been ten (10) years since your sentencing date? Do you want that conviction sealed?

Well, effective October 7, 2017, pursuant to Criminal Procedure Law Section 160.59, there will be sealing of certain records in New York State.
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Saturday, May 13, 2017

The Top 3 Misconstrued Things About Getting Arrested For a DWI/DUI in New York State


Let's face it, one of the most embarrassing things to ever happen to someone is receiving a DWI/DUI. But, unfortunately, it is very common among high school students, college students, and adults alike, to be pulled over and arrested for driving while intoxicated by alcohol or driving under the influence of drugs. Due to its popularity, the severity of a DWI/DUI causes many scenarios to be misconstrued.

 

Here are the top three things you need to know the truth about in DWI/DUI situations:

 

1. DWI/DUI matters are only related to alcohol?

 

         False.
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Monday, July 6, 2015

Representing Those Accused of Fraud

Representing Those Accused of Fraud


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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

In New York, What is Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated?

In Nassau County and Suffolk County (Long Island), arrests for Driving While Intoxicated are very prevalent.  It seems as though the word is still not out that to all that Drinking and Driving is not longer socially acceptable (if it ever was) and the police are cracking down hard and the District Attorney's Office and Judges are getting tougher with their plea bargaining policies and sentences respectively.  

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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

In New York, What is the Difference Between Petit Larceny and Grand Larceny?

In New York, many people think the sole difference between Petit Larceny and Grand Larceny is the monetary amount that is alleged to be taken, but that is wrong.  Some property, when taken without permission of the owner regardless of their monetary value, is considered to be Grand Larceny.   

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Friday, January 9, 2015

What Are The Standards of Proof In A New York Criminal Case?

In New York State, the Standards of Proof in a criminal case are governed by Article 70 of the Criminal Procedure Law.

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Friday, January 9, 2015

What Does "Beyond A Reasonable Doubt" Mean in a New York Criminal Matter?

In New York, the standard of proof the prosecution or government must meet in a criminal case is proving guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt.”  But, what does “beyond a reasonable doubt” really mean?

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Monday, January 5, 2015

In New York, When Can A Police Officer Approach A Parked Motor Vehicle?

Over the years of practicing Criminal Defense Law, I have represented too many clients who have been arrested in Nassau County, Suffolk County, and Queens County New York after they were approached by police while simply sitting in their parked cars.  Is this legal?  Hopefully this article will shed a little light into that question.

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