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JURY TRIAL IN CRIMINAL CASE. What is it and when does it take place? Jury trial (JT) is a process when a panel of 6 or 12 jurors decide facts & vote on a verdict. The jury panel listens to the evidence presented during trial, then decides what facts the evidence has established, & draws inference...

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Family Court petition for an Order of Protection. If you are a victim of domestic violence, your rights in NYS are protected by law & you may apply to Court for Order of Protection. Domestic violence is a general term describing various crimes and offenses committed between the members of the sam...

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NY law requires that in case of a traffic accident that results in a property damage or personal injury, drivers must exchange their information. In case you hit a parked car, you must report the accident to the nearest police. What happens if you did not notice that you damaged somebody else’s c...

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Felony is a serious criminal charge in NY. It is when an accused faces over 1-year in jail. It also carries potential collateral consequences in employment, immigration, professional licensing, housing, voting rights, etc. A person who is charged with a felony has an absolute right to have his ca...

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WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES IN FEDERAL COURTS. The majority of white collar criminal cases prosecuted in Federal court are wire fraud, money laundering, bank fraud, Medicaid & health care fraud & related conspiracies. Before an arrest is made, there is usually a long-term investigation, often involving c...

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DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED - DWI. There are several scenarios, how a drunk driver gets arrested by police. First, the driver gets into an accident. Second, the driver is stopped for any traffic infraction & after the stop, police officer notices that driver is drunk. Also, the driver may be asleep...

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What to do when contacted by law enforcement or served with subpoena? Clients often ask what to do if they are contacted law enforcement. Unfortunately, most of them ask this important question after they already spoke with police/FBI, possibly made some damaging admission. The best is not to ans...

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SEALING CRIMINAL RECORD. In 2017, a new law went into effect in NY, that allowed for sealing criminal record under certain conditions. First, the defendant has to wait at least 10 years since the imposition of sentence for the most recent conviction. Some serious offenses cannot be sealed. You ar...

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