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What are the requirements for a valid arrest warrant in New York?

Although there are certain situations in which a police officer in New York can arrest an individual without a warrant, in many cases the police must obtain a valid warrant before they can arrest a person for allegedly committing a crime. It is therefore a good idea to have an understanding of what such a warrant must contain.

New policy allows police to seize vehicles before DWI conviction

It is no shock to hear that driving while intoxicated in New York comes with serious consequences. Usually, these consequences, which can include license suspension, fines or even jail time, come following a conviction. But one county in New York has imposed a consequence on those who have merely been charged with DWI.

Defending oneself against accusations of theft

Crimes occur every day in New York. However, so too do many events that may seem to be criminal but that are actually legitimate and based on misunderstandings. Because misinterpretations of actions can sometimes be viewed as criminal behavior, many crimes have specific defenses that provide defendants with justifications for their non-criminal acts.

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