criminal defense

24 06, 2022

 New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen Explained by our NY State Criminal Defense Attorneys

2022-06-24T12:17:15+00:00June 24th, 2022|Criminal Defense|

6-3 ruling Striking Down New York’s “proper cause” requirement for concealed carry: What does the decision mean? Prior to this decision, New York required “proper cause,” to grant a concealed carry handgun [...]

31 03, 2022

Five Things To Know About The New Parole Rules Under “Less Is More”

2022-03-31T16:59:09+00:00March 31st, 2022|Criminal Defense|

Passed in 2021 year, and taking effect in March 2022, are sweeping changes to New York’s parole/community supervision laws. Collectively called “Less is More”, this legislation amends multiple sections of the Executive [...]

9 03, 2022

What Is A Public Defender And How Are They Different Than A Private Attorney?

2022-03-09T17:47:19+00:00March 9th, 2022|Criminal Defense|

Bad news, you’ve just been arrested.  As the friendly police officer officer gently guides you into the backseat of his police cruiser, he begins reading you those famous words that you’ve heard [...]

22 02, 2021

What Does Double Jeopardy Mean For Those Who Get A Presidential Pardon?

2021-02-22T17:20:55+00:00February 22nd, 2021|Criminal Defense|

Our Criminal Defense Lawyers Explain Double Jeopardy As President Trump left office, as is the case with many out-going presidents, he issued many pardons to various people convicted of federal crimes. One [...]

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