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September 2016 Archives

Requirements for drug possession charges in New York

People in New York can often make the mistake of using illegal drugs as a form of recreation. This can lead to a variety of serious drug charges for the accused. However, just because someone has been accused of drug use, does not mean the individual will face drug charges. Instead, police must gather specific evidence of drug possession and prosecutors must be able to use this evidence to prove all the elements of this crime.

When is the use of a debit or credit card illegal in New York?

Debit cards and credit cards have become a ubiquitous part of spending in New York. In fact, some people have stopped carrying cash around altogether, preferring to make purchases using a card instead. However, there are circumstances in which using a credit or debit card is illegal, such as when it is used via theft or fraud.

White collar theft charges require a solid defense

When a person in New City thinks of a theft crime, he or she may think of a pickpocket or burglary. After all, such cases make the news just about every day. However, other, less tangible, types of theft crimes also take place. Crimes such as fraud, credit card theft, embezzlement and others are also theft crimes that fall under the umbrella of white collar crimes.

When can evidence be suppressed in a criminal trial?

Most people in New York expect to one day find themselves facing criminal accusations, but unfortunately it happens, even to innocent individuals. Hearing the prosecution's case against you can be frightening and confusing, especially when the prosecution proffers what may seem to be damaging evidence. However, there are ways to get wrongful evidence suppressed; that is, thrown out so it cannot be used against you.

Drunk driving campaign to take place over Labor Day weekend

Labor Day weekend is almost here. It is a time when many in New York will relax, perhaps have a picnic or barbecue, and simply enjoy summer's 'last hurrah.' Alcohol is a part of many Labor Day festivities, and it is important to keep in mind that most people in the state will drink responsibly. However, that doesn't mean that police won't be on high alert for those they believe are driving while intoxicated.

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