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Category Archives: criminal charges

Can posting on social media get you arrested?

With so many different social media platforms making it easy to post your every thought, it is tempting to constantly share what you are doing each day. Many use Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and others to connect with old friends and share things that are important to them. Unfortunately, a lesson that many fail to …

VIDEO: Were you charged with a crime?

Criminal charges are no joke. A single conviction can set your life on an entirely different course than you planned. We are not just talking about criminal consequences such as heavy fines or jail time. We are talking about being fired from work, being turned down for new jobs, becoming ineligible for loans, having your …

Creepy clown pranks result in arrests

The US and UK have seen a recent rash of “creepy clown” incidents which have set social mediablaze. Most of the incidents are simply reports of sightings, in which people have spotted clowns in the woods, on playgrounds, and on school property, like the recent one in Newburgh. It is unnerving (to say the least) …

Simple possession charge? Not with drug-induced psychosis

You’re curious and young. You’ve heard about some recreational drugs out there that are cheap and give a great high, like bath salts or flakka. What would the possible repercussions be if you got caught? Possibly just a simple possession charge or if you’re partying a little too loud, a drunk and disorderly. Nothing that …

Search and seizure: what are students’ rights?

An education is much more than a requirement for children in New York. It is designed to be a safe place where kids cannot only learn about science and math, but about themselves as well. They need to feel free to make mistakes. Of course, keeping a close eye on hundreds of kids with a …

Probe of drunk driving survey shines spotlight on driver’s rights

Last month, we discussed the controversy that has arisen regarding a federal roadside survey intended to gather information about drunk driving and drugged driving. The survey is facilitated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has enlisted the help of both private contractors and local police departments. The contractors and police take motorists off …

FBI will review thousands of convictions involving hair evidence

In this day and age, many crime scene investigations involve forensic science. While much of the public here in New York tends to think that forensic evidence is foolproof, this actually is not the case. A number of forensic techniques are not a perfect science, in part, due to human error. This is why we …