In New York, mortgage fraud is a white-collar criminal offense that carries significant penalties. Mortgage fraud can be a complicated offense to understand as it can involve both mortgage lenders and borrowers. Mortgage fraud occurs when someone lies or deliberately tries to commit important information during the mortgage application process…Read More
In New York, if you are charged with driving while under the influence (DUI), you will face harsh penalties. You may expect to face serious penalties such as fines, license suspension, ignition interlock device installation, and even possible jail time. However, you may not expect this offense to result in…Read More
Being charged with a crime is scary. Depending on the criminal offense you have been charged with, you will face an array of harsh penalties that will negatively impact your life. When facing a criminal trial, it is critical to have quality legal representation. If you cannot afford an attorney,…Read More
When you are charged with a crime, your case will be presented and heard at a criminal trial in front of a judge and jury. The prosecution will have to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. If they succeed and your criminal trial has ended in a conviction, you…Read More
If you make, alter, or falsify legal documents with the intent to defraud any person in New York, you will be charged with forgery as this is fraud. Forgery is a serious criminal offense that carries significant penalties. Keep reading and contact one of our skilled Nassau County Criminal Defense…Read More
It is not a crime to have a couple of drinks with your friends. However, it turns into a crime when you decide to get behind the wheel while you are intoxicated. When charged with a crime, such as driving while under the influence (DUI) you may feel overwhelmed by…Read More
When facing a criminal trial, the state may have overwhelming evidence against you which may make you feel hopeless as you will likely be subjected to harsh penalties. However, depending on the crime committed, the prosecution may offer you a plea deal. Essentially, a plea bargain is an agreement between…Read More
When arrested for a crime, you may feel as though your rights have been stripped away. However, despite being arrested, you still have certain rights when facing a criminal trial. You must understand your basic constitutional rights to protect yourself from unlawful prosecution. Continue to follow along to learn about…Read More
Depending on the criminal offense you are charged with, you will be subjected to numerous penalties that can negatively affect your life. However, before facing the harsh consequences and repercussions of your crime, you will stand before a judge who will determine an appropriate punishment based on the evidence presented…Read More
In the unfortunate event that you have committed a serious criminal offense, one of the penalties you will likely face is jail time. A jail sentence of several years may be imposed on you depending on the severity of your offense. However, in some cases, the court may grant you…Read More
The Second Amendment protects the ownership and possession of non-lethal “arms” such that New York’s ban on Stun Guns and Tasers is improper for it is a constitutionally protected right. New York State allows on a limited and regulated basis...
Mapp v. Ohio: Things You Never Knew About the Landmark Case A Retrospective Analysis Enter any criminal court part and within moments you will hear some participant, be it defense counsel, prosecution or Judge requesting, contesting or ordering a “Mapp...
In New York, mortgage fraud is a white-collar criminal offense that carries significant penalties. Mortgage fraud can be a complicated offense to understand as it can involve both mortgage lenders and borrowers. Mortgage fraud occurs when someone lies or deliberately...