What is the Difference between Robbery and Burglary in New York?

Robbery and burglary are terms that can be easily confused and used interchangeably in conversation without understanding the definition of each. However, in the eyes of the law, these two terms have very different meanings, and as a result, different charges and penalties. Continue reading to discover the definitions and…Read More

Fourth of July DWIs in New York | What do I Need to Know?

Fourth of July festivities include fireworks, barbequing, and family fun. Unfortunately, the Fourth of July marks a heightened risk of drunk driving. From 2015 to 2019, there were 1,339 drivers killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes over the Fourth of July holiday. 38% of the drivers killed were drunk. If…Read More

What to Know About Fireworks Regulations in New York this Fourth of July

A Fourth of July celebration isn't complete without a sparkler or two. With the holiday fastly approaching, it is important to go over the regulations for fireworks in New York. For the most part, fireworks are still illegal in the state of New York with the exception of some sparkling…Read More

What are the drug crime consequences in New York?

It is important to learn what you might be facing if you have been charged with a drug crime. The state of New York does not take drug crimes lightly. If you are facing a drug crime charge, the first step you should take is to hire an experienced criminal…Read More

Civil Asset Forfeiture Claims in New York

If you have had property taken away without being charged with a crime or even being involved in criminal activity, it may prove to be very difficult to regain your property without the assistance of an experienced New York criminal attorney. Reach out to our firm today to discuss your…Read More

Memorial Day Weekend DWIs in New York | What do I Need to Know?

Memorial Day Weekend is a time to get together with your loved ones, throw some hot dogs on the grill, and commemorate those who have paid the ultimate price for our country. Like most holidays, it also is an excuse to enjoy a drink or two. However, Memorial Day also…Read More

What You Should Know about Sobriety Checkpoints in NY this Memorial Day

With the weather warming up and a long weekend ahead full of festivities, New York State law enforcement will increase the number of sobriety checkpoints in an attempt to keep drunk drivers off the road. It is likely that with Memorial Day around the corner, law enforcement will enlist the…Read More

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