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Dealing with white collar crime accusations in New City

Running a successful business can be hard work, but it can also be a part of the American dream for many in New City, New York. When allegations of white-collar crimes surface, claiming a person committed computer fraud, embezzlement financial crime or business crime, a person's very livelihood could be put at risk. While such allegations can have an immediate effect on a person's life, the future ramifications could be disastrous.

"Transformers" actor charged after incident in New York

A celebrity's every little move is always under the intense glare of the public's eye. Therefore, when an actor is accused of a crime, the entire situation could be blown out of proportion and have a serious impact on that person's career and personal reputation.

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.

Judge: Diner manager accused of hiring hit man to remain on bail

New York fans of Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" may be following the sordid allegations against a former manager of a New Jersey diner featured on the Food Network show. The 45-year-old man, who may be mounting his criminal defense under home confinement, was accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill his uncle, a co-owner of the iconic Tick Tock Diner. The supposed hit man that he spoke to, however, was an undercover state cop. The man was taken into custody on an attempted murder charge before being released on $600,000 bail.

Alleged smugglers charged with planning murder of witnesses

A man who was allegedly involved in a cigarette-smuggling ring that stretched from New York to Virginia has additionally been accused of plotting to have witnesses murdered while he was in prison. His criminal defense lawyer claims that the man was "venting" rather than actually planning murder.

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