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Domestic violence laws in New York - The basics

In New York, a domestic violence charge is a serious offense. Furthermore, both the family court and the criminal court have jurisdiction when it comes to domestic violence, including assault, stalking, and other violent criminal acts that fall under the category. This means that an offender can face charges in both courts at the same time.

Did your wife falsely accuse you of domestic violence?

In a heated family argument between two spouses, push can come to shove, and it happens more often than anyone cares to believe. That said, sometimes it doesn't happen. Sometimes, a spouse will falsely accuse the other spouse of a domestic violence act. Because New York laws regarding domestic violence are strict, it doesn't matter what you say after you've been accused. The police will likely show up at your door and take you away.

4 things to know about shoplifting charges in New York

Trying to get the items you need when you don't have the money to get them is challenging. The thought of taking the items you need from merchants might cross your mind. This is a consideration that you should avoid. Taking items without paying or without permission is shoplifting, a form of larceny. You can face time in prison and considerable fines for a larceny conviction.

Over 700 drivers arrested in NY during DUI enforcement effort

Getting charged with a DWI/DUI can come with serious consequences. As a result, those facing these charges should take them seriously. If you are facing drunk driving charges in New York, you are not alone - a recent press release by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo states that 739 drivers were arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) during a recent two week stretch.

Charged with a crime in New York? Two times you need a lawyer.

Getting charged with a crime is a frightening thing. Those facing these charges are likely wondering just how severe the penalties could be. Is there enough evidence to lead to a conviction? If so, will the conviction come with a large fee? Will the conviction lead to a sentence that results in jail time? Will the charge impact employment? Should I get a lawyer?

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