Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: Colonie Woman Charged

May 18, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

The suspects of a drug overdose case have been apprehended by State police on Tuesday, May 18, 2010. Barbara A. Simpson, Andrea Robinson and Grace Miller have all been arrested with regards to the death of Ashley Disbury, a resident of Schoharie County. According to sources, Ashley Disbury was found dead on November 10, 2009. […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: Albany Officer Assaulted During Booking

May 17, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Saturday, at 3:40 a.m., an Albany officer was assaulted during the booking of a city man. Haneef Washington, charged with an assault of a man at Kenneth’s Tate Bud, struck an officer while he was being booked at the station. Officers told Washington to remove his shoes and belt, he refused. After refusing to remove […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: New York Attorney General Investigates Banks

May 14, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

According to an unidentified individual, Andrew Cuomo, New York State Attorney General, is investigating up to eight different banks for misleading rating agencies about mortgage securities. Cuomo’s office believes that these eight banks, being investigated, might have provided false information in order to receive higher ratings with rating agencies. Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Merrill Lynch, […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: Fatal Shooting in Buffalo

May 12, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

A Buffalo homeowner will not be charged for shooting an Albany school teacher in his home. In the early morning, David Park, stumbled drunk into the home of David D’Amico. Park, who was drinking at the party next door, went through a fence and a latch to get into the home. According to 911 tapes, […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: Man Arrested for Three Outstanding Warrants in Massachusetts

May 10, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Jermaine Coleman, 34, was arrested early Sunday morning for three outstanding warrants. Coleman, who police believe has been hiding out in Albany, New York, was stabbed at around 10:50 p.m. in Springfield, Massachusetts. After being brought to Baystate Medical Center by ambulance, police began questioning Coleman about the incident. However, after being questioned, the police […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys: Violent Crimes Fell in Albany County

May 7, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

If you were to include New York City into the picture, violent crimes across New York State have dropped by 30% over the past decade. According to New York State’s Division of Criminal Justice Services, a violent crime includes forcible rape, murder, aggravated assault and robbery. Aggravated assault making up almost two-thirds of all violent […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: Pizza Shop Intruder

May 5, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Recently, Albany Criminal Attorneys has not recently posted any funny or interesting videos that show criminals at their best or worst (depending how you look at it). This particular individual is apparently a professor who is trying to break into a pizza shop. The video below has a humorous narrative along with the video that […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: OffenderWatch Available to Albany County Residents

May 4, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Sex offenders can no longer hide amongst the residents of Albany County. As of Thursday, Albany County residents are able to locate sex offenders in their area by just entering a simple address. OffenderWatch is newly sophisticated software that allows individuals to find sex offenders within one-quarter of a mile to two miles from an […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: Misusing State Workers

April 30, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Sometimes it can be hard for an individual to switch from the private sector to the public sector. Certain tasks are done by employees of a private company that may not be applicable to the public sector. Some individuals do not feel that way. Lee Kyriacou, who is the head of the Office of Real […]

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Albany Criminal Attorneys Spotlight: State of the Judiciary

April 27, 2010 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Chief Judge of New York State Jonathan Lippman posted his first State of the Judiciary message online yesterday evening. This unique change to past traditions was not the only significant one. During his opening remarks, he addressed his concerns with the State of New York and the country. According to Judge Lippman, he would not […]

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