Most New York residents already know that carrying a gun here in the state could lead to trouble. However, if you are just visiting the state, you may not be aware that bringing your gun with you could land you in jail. Your out-of-state concealed carry permit may not extend to this state. If you do end up being arrested for carrying a weapon, you may need to consider preparing a criminal defense.
A man accused of attacking a traffic agent on Staten Island is now facing criminal charges, according to local authorities. New York police arrested the 27-year-old man following an altercation in which he allegedly assaulted a 50-year-old victim on Oct. 4. It is unclear whether he is still in police custody at this time, and the record does not show whether he has retained criminal defense counsel.
Bribery refers to offering or accepting anything valuable in exchange for being able to influence a government employee or public official. A bribe can be a gift presented or a monetary payment made to secure a government contract or award, for example. Bribes can also involve services, privileges, property or goods.
A 29-year-old man is dead of an apparent gunshot wound and another man has been arrested for his murder. The accused is 49 years old and was arrested by New York City Police on Sept. 30 after the victim was discovered the night before. It is unclear from the report whether the man has retained criminal defense counsel.