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February 2020 Archives

Criminal defense: Former police officer accused of drug running

A former police officer with the New York City Police Department has been charged, along with four other individuals, in a large drug sting, according to local sources. The former New York officer is reportedly still at large as of this report, but his four alleged accomplices have all been arrested. All of the accused individuals, including the former officer, will be represented by criminal defense counsel at their hearings and throughout the trial process. 

Criminal defense: 30 people arrested in ICE protests

Protesters blocking traffic in midtown were reportedly arrested by police on Feb. 16, according to local sources. New York police were required to remove protesters who were there to protest U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. None of these individuals have been identified publicly at this time, so it is unknown whether any of them have retained criminal defense counsel. 

Facing DUI charges in New York can ruin your college career

If you attend one of the many colleges or universities in New York, you're likely no stranger to stress. It can be quite challenging to keep up with the rigors of academics. If you also happen to be an athlete, you have training and competition to worry about as well. Pulling all-nighters to study for finals is a typical component of life on a college campus -- so is drinking.

Criminal defense: New York woman faces charges

A woman in Plattsburgh has been accused of abandoning her child in a store as well as stealing almost $1,200 in merchandise from a Walmart, according to local sources. The New York State Police say the woman was arrested twice in the same day for the two alleged infractions. It is not yet known whether she has retained criminal defense counsel, and no court date has been announced at this time. 

Criminal defense: New York woman charged with hate crime

A woman accused of a bizarre crime could be facing criminal consequences, according to local sources. An upstate New York woman stands accused of hurling pork products at a synagogue, an action authorities are calling a hate crime. She has been released on her own recognizance and was scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 3, likely alongside a criminal defense attorney. 

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