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- The College Cheating Scandal: Will Aunt Becky go to jail?
13 March 2019
- Desk Appearance Ticket for Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree
8 March 2019
- Money laundering charges in federal court – 18 U.S.C. § 1956
8 March 2019
- Patronizing A Person for Prostitution: An Analysis of Robert Kraft’s Case Under New York Law.
22 February 2019
- New Yorkers Are Not Taking Advantage of CPL 160.59 – New York’s Newest Sealing Law
13 February 2019
- The Naked City – Defending Cases Involving ‘Public Lewdness’ (P.L. 245.00) and ‘Exposure of a Person’ (P.L. 245.01) in New York
29 January 2019
- Breaking down Alec Baldwin’s plea deal
23 January 2019
- The Dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Criminal Justice
22 January 2019
- When does a Conviction for Unlawful Surveillance Require ‘SORA’ Registration in New York?
9 January 2019
Matthew Galluzzo, a criminal defense attorney in NYC, explains what, if anything, may be done in case you cannot appear on the return date for your Desk Appearance Ticket.The federal sentencing guidelines
Understanding the basics of the federal sentencing guidelines for federal criminal cases.The expungement process in New York via CPL 160.59
Matthew Galluzzo, a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor in New York, explains the process of applying for expungement of criminal records pursuant to CPL 160.59.When will I be eligible for sealing of my criminal conviction?
A new New York state law (Criminal Procedure Law Section 160.59) will take effect in October 2017 and give certain people convicted of crimes in New York the opportunity to...