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DOJ Backing Away from Oversight of Police Departments with Consent Decrees

Fri Apr 28th, on Articles |

Some police departments throughout the United States have been accused of not respecting the civil rights of community members. In particular, there have been specific police departments which have...

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Efforts are Underway in New York City to Make Revenge Porn a Crime

Wed Apr 26th, on Articles |

A New York City federal sex crime defense attorney can defend individuals accused of various types of sexual offenses. There are many different kinds of behaviors that could result in criminal charges...

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NY Considers Wider DNA Net to Help Solve Hard Cases

Fri Apr 21st, on Articles |

DNA has been used to help police track down individuals who allegedly violated the law. When crimes are committed, the perpetrator often leaves skin, blood, or other genetic material at the crime...

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Millions of Dollars Taken by Police from Motorists Who Aren't Charged With Crimes

Wed Apr 19th, on Articles |

A New York federal criminal defense attorney can provide representation to individuals who are accused of wrongdoing and facing legal penalties. When you've been accused of committing a crime, you...

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Will Rikers Island Close?

Fri Apr 14th, on Articles |

When you have been accused of violating the law, one of the big reasons it is so important to work with skilled Albany criminal defense attorneys is because conviction for many criminal offenses could...

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Is It Constitutional to Ban Sex Offenders From Social Media?

Wed Apr 12th, on News |

In 2010, a man posted on Facebook after his traffic ticket was dismissed. His post said, “God is good.” While many millions of people post similarly innocuous statements on Facebook every day,...

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Is this U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Sex Offenders Based on a Myth?

Fri Mar 31st, on Articles |

Hundreds of court decisions in the United States rely on the premise that there is a “frightening and high” rate of recidivism among sexual offenders. Both lower court decisions and Supreme Court...

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NY Lawmakers Propose Domestic Violence Registry

Mon Mar 27th, on Articles |

One of the most significant penalties that results after a conviction for a sex offense is a requirement to register as an offender. Registration impacts job opportunities, affects where a person can...

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U.S. Attorney General Describes Marijuana as Being Only Slightly Less Dangerous Than Heroin

Fri Mar 24th, on Articles |

When President Donald Trump chose Jeff Sessions as Attorney General of the United States, many advocates for marijuana legalization or decriminalization were concerned. Sessions has spoken out against...

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“Raise the Age” Campaign Moves Closer to Success

Wed Mar 22nd, on Articles |

New York is one of only two states which has a practice of charging younger teens as adults when those teens break the law. In New York, teens ages 16 and 17 who are accused of crimes will be charged...

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