Q: How long between arrest and the time the arrestee sees a Judge?   A: In NYC, it generally takes between 15 to 24 hours for the defendant to be arraigned. During that time,...

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Peter A. Crusco, published in the New York Law Journal: October 24, 2016 The easy mobility, storage capacity and varied features of handheld communications devices like smartphones increase our efficiency and access to the...

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By Tony Mauro : The National Law Journal Published: Sep 22, 2016 The intense debate over how transparent presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump should be about their health gives rise to another question:...

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Mark Hamblett, New York Law Journal September 1, 2016 The lawyer for an accountant whose hard drives were seized and held for over two years in a fraud investigation involving a client, and then used...

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Mark Hamblett, New York Law Journal   August 5, 2016 A New York federal court had the authority to try citizen of the Netherlands for a scheme to transport cocaine from the Dominican Republic...

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  One of the most frequently asked questions of criminal defense lawyers is whether or not a person is better off agreeing to take a breath test or refusing to take a breath test...

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The 22-year-old student who strode across the Queens campus of St. John’s University on Wednesday wearing a mask and carrying a loaded rifle suffers from severe mental illness and had no intention of harming...

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A Queens man has been charged with forcing two runaway girls, ages 13 and 15, into prostitution on the streets of Jamaica after beating and raping them, prosecutors said yesterday. Richard A. Brown, the...

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