Orders of Protection: Who Does It Protect?

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  Who Does It Protect? If you are related to your abuser by blood or by marriage, have had an intimate partner relationship with (married, dating, separated, divorced) or have had a child with your abuser, then you are eligible to petition for an Order of Protection. How Do Orders of Protection Work? There are… Read more »

Technology: When it can hurt your case

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Does technology help if you’re in a DWI accident? When it comes to the courtroom, we usually think of technology as helpful. If an incident is captured on video or if the client can take photos of a scene, it can help us paint a vivid image for the jury. We can show the jury… Read more »

What is Leandra’s Law?

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Leandra’s Law is also known as the Child Passenger Protection Act and it was passed on Dec. 18, 2009. It is a serious law in New York State making it an automatic felony on the first offense to drive while intoxicated with a passenger child of 15 years or younger. It was named after an… Read more »

People v. A.C.

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Client accused of Grand Larceny for stealing over $50,000 dollars from various bank accounts. Result: Case dismissed after starting trial.

People v. K.E.

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Client accused of attempted murder for shooting someone in a Brooklyn housing project. Client faced 25 years in prison at the age of 23. Result: Full acquittal after jury trial.

People v. C.S.

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Client accused of attempted murder for shooting someone during a robbery gone bad. Client faced 25 years in prison at the age of 20 years old. Result: Full acquittal after jury trial.