Rikers Island to Release 300 Inmates

n a recent declaration Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that to curtail the spread of the new coronavirus in New York’s prisons, 300 non-violent elderly inmates with at least five preexisting conditions will be released from prison early. This comes as the number of coronavirus cases in New York State soars over 30,000, prompting a […]

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Can I Have My Record Expunged in New York?

There few things more damaging than a criminal record. These can prevent you from getting certain jobs, living in certain areas, and more. This is why we are happy to inform you that in many cases, if you’ve been convicted of a crime, we can have your record sealed. Please continue reading and reach out […]

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How to Obtain a Gun Permit in New York State

New York State is incredibly strict when it comes to gun laws, and if you are caught violating any of them, there is a very good chance you will spend serious time in jail. That is why it is extremely important for all those looking to purchase guns to ensure they do so correctly by […]

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Rockland County Allegedly Unlawfully Denying Residents Gun Permits

In the weeks following the tragic stabbing on Hanukkah in Monsey, there was a dramatic uptick in residents seeking carry pistol permits, presumably for self-defense, should such a horrendous act ever happen again. Though this may sound like a common-sense approach, Rockland County allegedly has denied many residents those permits. Of the alleged carry pistol […]

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Gun Crimes in New York

New York State takes gun crimes very seriously. The NY SAFE Act has escalated many of the consequences you may face if convicted of a gun charge. Under the law, you are required to have a permit to own or possess a handgun, you are not allowed to own an assault rifle (unless explicitly bought […]

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