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  • Sealing of Criminal Convictions Soon to be Available in New York
    Sealing of Criminal Convictions Soon to be Available in New York

    For years, criminal justice reform advocates in New York State have pushed the state legislature to enact some form of expungement, allowing citizens with old criminal convictions to have the records ...

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  • Boating Under the Influence
    Boating Under the Influence

    A boat crash in Miami Beach, Florida in September 2016 claimed the life of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez as well as two friends Emilio Jesus Macias and Eduardo Rivero. Toxicology reports from ...

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  • Recent US Execution Hits Two Issues: SC Deliberation on Death Penalty and the Use of Sedative
    Recent US Execution Hits Two Issues: SC Deliberation on Death Penalty and the Use of Sedative

    Death Penalty and the Use of Sedative The execution of Alabama inmate, Ronald Smith, brought light two pressing issues that remained unresolved – that the US Supreme Court still struggles with such ...

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  • Trump to Say Adios to 2M Undocumented Immigrants. But, How is New York Responding?
    Trump to Say Adios to 2M Undocumented Immigrants. But, How is New York Responding?

    The President has spoken, and he made it clear that about 2-3 millions of undocumented immigrants may be deported after his January inauguration in 2017. Even during the campaign, he stood his ground ...

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  • The Role of Your Criminal Defense Lawyer in Cortland
    The Role of Your Criminal Defense Lawyer in Cortland

    Everyone is entitled to legal representation and defense in a court of law in the United States. It does not matter whether you are guilty of the crime or innocent; you are still afforded the same ...

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  • President-Elect Trump and Stop and Frisk
    President-Elect Trump and Stop and Frisk

    During this year’s Presidential Election President-Elect Donald Trump expressed his support for “stop and frisk” policing policies. Such policing policies have been used in several cities in years ...

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