What Should I Do If I Believe I’ve Been the Victim of Police Brutality?
Posted on : December 11, 2018

Schwartz & Krysinski Criminal Defense Attorneys

Being arrested for a crime is an unfortunate situation in and of itself. This situation is further complicated if you believe that you were the victim of police brutality and need to take action against the responsible authorities. Plenty of news reports and personal stories have led many people to believe that police brutality has [Read More]

What Can I Do If My Spouse Does Not Want to Get a Divorce in the State of New York?
Posted on : November 16, 2018

My Spouse Doesn’t Want To Divorce There are many different questions that you might bring to the table with your experienced divorce lawyer in the state of New York but one of the most baffling for you as a person who is ready to move forward with your life is what to do if your [Read More]

Are Minors Prosecuted in the State of New York?
Posted on : October 25, 2018

Criminal Defense for Minors in New York, Schwarts & Krysinski Criminal Defense

Has your minor child been accused of a crime in New York? Do you think they are currently under investigation for something and you want to do everything you can to protect them? Now is the time to take action. Hiring a lawyer is always recommended, even if you assume that the charges are not [Read More]

What Are the Stakes for Violating an Order of Protection?
Posted on : September 20, 2018

Brooklyn Order Of Protection Attorney

If someone requested an order of protection against you, you might not be aware of the ramifications of violating an order of protection. Whether or not you have already been convicted of a crime, an order of protection is something you must read through thoroughly in order to understand the possible repercussions and the exact [Read More]

Study Shows 13% of Divorces Affected by Student Loans
Posted on : August 18, 2018

Divorce and Student Loan Debt

Not surprisingly, many married couples argue about financial issues. One financial sore spot is student loans. With more people leaving college saddled with debt, that student loan debt has worked its way into marriages as a point of concern. A growing number of recent divorcees say that student loans ended their marriage. Student loans have [Read More]

What is the Grand Jury Process in NY?
Posted on : July 18, 2018

If you have recently been accused of a crime in New York, it’s important to realize how the grand jury process works.  The grand jury has an important place in the criminal justice system. The primary purpose of the grand jury is to determine whether or not there exists probable cause to indict a person [Read More]

Being Accused of Crimes with a Weapon in NY
Posted on : June 12, 2018

Weapons Possession defense in Brooklyn, NY

While all crimes carry the risk of a criminal record and time behind bars depending on their severity, it’s a big mistake to miss out on the potential for further penalties due to associated weapons crimes. Committing any crime with what might be classified as a weapon can up the stakes for the penalties on [Read More]

Criminal Bail Reform May Occur in New York
Posted on : May 9, 2018

New York Bail Reform

Bail Reform In New York: Criminal Law Bail reform received a new push across New York. There has been a renewed push for reform of bail setting amounts in New York. The governor intends to get rid of the required bail system associated with those who have been accused of non-violent felonies and misdemeanors. Suspects [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Filing a Notice of Appeal in New York?
Posted on : April 10, 2018

Get a criminal lawyer who can help you with your defense.

Are You Looking To Clear Your Name? Considering Filing A Notice Of Appeal? If you have been convicted of a crime in the state of New York, it’s natural to wonder what the next steps are. Many people choose to at least evaluate filing a criminal appeal. Your criminal defense attorney should file a notice [Read More]

New Study Shows That Being Promoted Could Increase a Woman’s Odds of Divorcing
Posted on : March 14, 2018

Call a Brooklyn family lawyer if you’d like to walk through divorce options.

Is your home a dual-income household? Having a partner who works can make things more difficult in terms of childcare, but the financial resources generated by that second job can make a big difference affording what’s needed for the family. Being promoted is usually cause for celebration, but a new study indicates that women may [Read More]

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