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June 2019 Archives

Criminal defense: Cardi B faces assault charges

A Grammy award-winning rapper is facing felony charges regarding an alleged fight that occurred at a strip club last year. Cardi B is charged with two counts of felony attempted assault for her alleged role in the fight in New York. Her criminal defense representation claims she did not harm any one, but she is set to appear at an arraignment the week of June 24 in Queens. 

Facing enhanced penalties for a DWI

A DWI is one of the most common criminal charges a driver can face. You may know someone or even several people who have gone through this unpleasant and embarrassing experience. That doesn't mean it is one you can brush off as inconsequential, though. A drunk driving conviction, even for a first offense, can bring you a lifetime of complications, including financial struggles, professional setbacks and personal frustrations.

Criminal defense: Cuba Gooding Jr. faces sexual abuse charge

The actor made famous by his roles in films like "Jerry Maguire" voluntarily surrendered to police after it was alleged that he groped a woman at a party, according to local sources. Cuba Gooding Jr. surrendered to New York authorities in Harlem on June 6 and now faces charges of third-degree forcible touching and sexual abuse. If he is found guilty, he could face up to a year behind bars, and it is unknown whether he has retained criminal defense counsel at this time.

Criminal defense vital when facing serious criminal charges

Circumstances often make one appear to be either guilty or innocent. In addition, emotions often play an important role in forming the public's opinion regarding the individual. As a result, a strong criminal defense is often required whenever a New York resident finds him or herself facing serious criminal charges.

Criminal defense: Woman faces murder charges

A woman believed to have allowed her child to die of a drug overdose is facing murder charges, according to local sources. The 23-year-old woman stands accused of killing her 1-year-old son. She is being held by New York authorities against $250,000 bail, in advance of a trial date that has not yet been announced. There is no word as to whether she has retained criminal defense representation. 

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