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May 2014 Archives

New York physician accused of illegally prescribing painkillers

When doctors in New York take the Hippocratic Oath, they swear to protect and serve patients honestly and without harm. However, one physician has found himself being accused of breaking that oath by allegedly prescribing addictive pain medication to those who did not need it.

Queens councilman faces allegations of fraud, other crimes

Not all crimes in New York are violent crimes. White-collar crimes also take place, and will be aggressively prosecuted. That is why it is important for New Yorkers to establish a strong defense when accused of white-collar crimes such as identity theft, fraud, tax evasion and embezzlement.

Charges against news producers dismissed after WTC-site incident

A strong criminal defense may be able to minimize the harm criminal charges and accusations can bring. Two CNN news reporters will have charges against them dismissed after allegedly trespassing at the World Trade Center site. The two were accused of trespassing at the World Trade Center site while reporting on security lapses at the site. One of the producers will have the misdemeanor charges against him dismissed, provided he completes two days of community service. The charges against the other producer were dropped, as he only recorded video at the site during the alleged incident.

Theft charges dropped against Pakistani woman in New York

Racial profiling by security officers or even police is an unfortunate reality in New York and across the United States. This is why it is so important, then, that swift action be taken by anyone who feels they have been the victims of racial profiling, in order to protect their innocence.

Police officer accused of drunk driving while on the job

In New York, driving while intoxicated could have significant consequences, particularly if the alleged incident occurs while the accused is on the job. This is especially true if the accused is a police officer tasked with upholding the law.

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