Criminal defense refers to the group of legal strategies that a defendant may employ to prove their innocence or reduce or avoid criminal charges.
Representing oneself in court, also known as “pro se,” is a right guaranteed to all citizens under the law. However, just because one has the right to represent themselves in court doesn’t necessarily mean that they should.
In recent years, New York State has taken a significant step forward in criminal justice reform with the implementation of the sealing of criminal convictions.
Did you know that the number of Americans with criminal records today is larger than the whole US population in 1900? Expunging your criminal record can be a step towards a fresh
Firearms ownership can be a disputed subject in New York.
If you or a loved one has been arrested, charged, or convicted of a crime in New York, it is crucial to seek professional legal assistance at the earliest.
New York, drivers convicted of alcohol-related offenses encounter the strictest punishments of all states. DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) is a severe charge resulting in extreme penalties and steep fines upon conviction.