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What are the Consequences of Failing to Register as a Sex Offender in New York?

Our Albany sex crimes attorneys at O’Brien & Eggleston PLLC know that sex offender registries, including the New York database, are a system for monitoring and tracking sex…

How Should I Handle a Felony Arrest Warrant in New York?

At O’Brien & Eggleston PLLC, our Albany criminal defense attorneys know a felony arrest warrant is a legal document that authorizes arresting someone suspected of committing…

What’s the Difference between Assault & Battery?

Unraveling Assault Laws in New York: Battery vs. Assault Clarified Here’s a piece of trivia that’s not so trivial: There’s actually no criminal law in…

What is the Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause?

Demystifying Law Enforcement Standards: Reasonable Suspicion vs. Probable Cause There are two legal concepts police officers must establish in order to detain someone, arrest someone,…

Misdemeanor & Felony Classes in New York

New York Crimes Demystified: Misdemeanors vs. Felonies and Their Penalties There are two main types of crimes in New York: misdemeanors and felonies. Although a…

What If I’m Arrested for Cocaine Possession in New York?

Cocaine Use in the U.S.: Legal Status and Penalties for Possession in New York Cocaine is one of the most popular recreational drugs in the…

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