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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

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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]

Gun Violence Across New York Is Costing Billions
Posted on : February 7, 2018

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Study Shows That Gun Violence Across New York Costs the State Economy More Than $5 Billion A Year Being accused of a weapons crime in New York carries serious stakes. An individual convicted on any gun charges might find that serious penalties apply. Only a dedicated criminal defense attorney should be brought on to help [Read More]

Reform Led to Decrease In New York Stop-and-Frisk Tactics
Posted on : January 22, 2018

Police Brutality in New York City

Have you ever been stopped by a police officer in NY? If you have been accused of a crime, you should share your concerns about the arrest with a criminal defender. If the police violated your rights in any way and your stop led to an arrest, share this information with your lawyer to help [Read More]

New York Probation Violation: What You Need to Know
Posted on : December 29, 2017

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What You Need To Know About Probation Violations In New York Probation is often sought as an alternative to jail. Or, it could be used after an offender is released from jail in order to ensure they stay on the right path. Once the terms of probation are established, you must follow them to the [Read More]

Drug Arrests and Search and Seizure
Posted on : November 9, 2017

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Drug Arrests and Search and Seizure The Fourth Amendment prohibits police officers from engaging in unlawful searches and seizures. In terms of drug related cases, this is often the pin under which your entire defense hinges.   The question as to the legality of the evidence obtained can impact whether or not you are able [Read More]

Money Laundering: Top Defenses You Need To Know
Posted on : October 10, 2017

Title: Money Laundering: Top Defenses You Need to Know   Meta Description: Learn about the most commonly used defenses for the white collar crime of money laundering and how to get help defending your rights today. Money laundering is considered a white collar crime. It’s one of the more well-known crimes, along with bank fraud [Read More]

What to Do If You Were Charged With Resisting Arrest
Posted on : September 7, 2017

Resisting arrest is a serious charge and it’s one that’s not well tolerated in the state of New York. If you’re facing the accusation of resisting arrest, you may be worried that no one will take your word over the arresting officer’s — and rightly so. Having resisting arrest charges reduced or dismissed can be [Read More]

How to Defend Yourself Against Possession with Intent to Distribute
Posted on : August 14, 2017

Being charged of any crime is a frightening prospect. But be especially concerned if you are accused of possession with intent to distribute (PWID). Under New York law, this crime holds serious consequences that can disrupt your life and cause uncertainty in your future. There are several defenses against PWID charges. It’s important to understand [Read More]