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June 2018 Archives

The right approach to fighting drug offenses

The nation's current opioid epidemic has shed light on the problem of drug addiction. However, while drug addicts do need help, if police suspect them of possessing or selling illegal substances they could be arrested and charged with drug crimes. This could negatively impact a person's life for years to come. Not only are addicts not receiving the help they need to rehabilitate, but they may face jail time and a criminal record that will follow them the rest of their lives. It is a vicious cycle.

Two men arrested for alleged identity fraud scheme

If you have been charged with a fraud-related crime and are convicted, the consequences you face will directly correspond with the severity of the crime committed. Two men from the Bronx may be hit with significant penalties, as they are facing identity theft charges in the first degree after allegedly using personal information to steal high-end vehicles from various New York car dealerships.

Negotiating a plea deal may lead to a less serious sentence

Despite what you may have seen on television, a majority of criminal cases are resolved without going to trial. Generally, prosecutors and defense attorneys will work together to negotiate a deal based on the circumstances surrounding the alleged crime and the amount of evidence the prosecutor has against the defendant.

When will a motorist face problem driver restrictions?

Many people in New York will go to occasions this summer where alcohol is served. After all, summer is a popular time for block parties, weddings and one cannot forget the Fourth of July and Labor Day holidays. Unfortunately, after attending such celebrations, some people may be charged and convicted of driving under the influence.

Seeking a pardon in New York for a crime committed as a teen

Sometimes, a teenager in New York will commit a crime. They may have been influenced to do so through peer pressure or they may not be mature enough to understand the long-term consequences they would face if caught. No matter what the reason, if convicted the teen's criminal history may be accessible to the public. This could be very detrimental to a teenager, especially once they reach adulthood. Their criminal history may be available to potential employers, landlords and others. Because of this, the teen's criminal history could affect them not just in the here-and-now, but for their entire future.

Former USPS worker charged with grand larceny and identity theft

Stealing someone else's mail for any reason is generally considered a crime. Stealing someone else's mail and using their private information to commit fraud or embezzlement is especially serious and can result in severe penalties, which may include time in federal prison and hefty fines. In many cases involving mail theft, the person accused of the crime is someone who handles mail every day for a living. For example, one former United States postal worker was recently charged with grand larceny and three counts of identity theft. The worker is currently in jail with bail set at $35,000 and will appear in court in the next few weeks.

What should you know if you charged with underage drunk driving?

Although the legal drinking age in New York is 21, people under 21 will sometimes decide to drink alcohol. The situation can be made worse if the person gets behind the wheel of a vehicle after drinking. They are subject to the Zero Tolerance Law.

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