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Drug Possession: Explaining New York’s 911 Good Samaritan Exception

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While there has been an increase in heroin and opioid drug use all across the United States, New York State has also seen a dramatic increase within recent years. With the rise in heroin, prescription drug and opioid abuse in … Read More

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Drug Possession: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance

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There are six different degrees of criminal possession of a controlled substance, and the higher counts carry with them withering penalties. This is true, despite the growing change in popular opinion that stiff prison sentences for drug possession are too … Read More

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Guilderland Town Court

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The Guilderland Town Court is the second largest Town Court in the Albany / Capital Region, second only to Colonie Town Court. The Guilderland Town Court also handles a substantial number of DWI cases and petit larceny cases. Most of … Read More

New York DWI – What is a Conditional License?

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A conditional license is a restricted or limited driver’s license that will allow you to drive under limited circumstances. A conditional license will allow you to drive to and from work and during work hours if driving is a part … Read More

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Breath Test Refusal Can I get a Conditional License?

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The availability of a conditional license for a one year revocation of your driver’s license due to a refusal to take a breathalyzer test can be considered a cruel joke. It could even be considered coercion by the State to … Read More

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