Caught Speeding: “What About My Driving Record?”

September 20, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

This is a guest post from Chucker & Reibach is a leading firm of Virginia Reckless Driving and Speeding Ticket Lawyers. If you’ve received a speeding ticket in Virginia, you are likely wondering what effect it will have on your wallet and your driving record. While the question may be straightforward, the answer is far […]

The Abuse of New Jersey’s Anti-bullying Law

September 13, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Bullying has become a national problem. Many states in the U.S. have enacted laws that laid out specific rules on bullying. New Jersey, for instance, is sending a strong message with its new anti-bullying law that took effect on Sept 1, 2011. The new law was intended to strengthen the state’s already existing laws and […]

New York State Pushes for Stronger Punishments for Drunk Drivers

September 4, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Alix’s Law In July of 2011, a well known doctor in the Buffalo area hit teenager Alix Rice, who was riding home from work on a skateboard. The driver, James G. Corasanti, was returning home from an event during which he drank far more than the legal limit.  At the time of the accident, Corasanti […]

NY Hate Crimes Unit Investigates Graffiti Incidents

August 27, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

The Suffolk County Hate Crimes Unit is investigating a string of graffiti incidents that recently occurred at several local parks. Although gang activity is not suspected, the markings were undeniably offensive and could even lead to felony arrests. Detective James Mosby told reporters this past Tuesday that his unit is seeking the public’s assistance in […]

NY Police Ready for “Speed Week” Ticket Blitz

August 17, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Just a few weeks after “Operation Work Brake,” the New York State Police are preparing for yet another intense speeding ticket blitz. This time, they are targeting Watkins Glen and the Staten Island Expressway. In honor of the upcoming NASCAR race scheduled for Sunday, police have dubbed this week “Speed Week” and are preparing to […]

Albany Sheriff’s Office Gets New Home

August 1, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Criminal defendants who are going to be booked at the new Albany Sheriff’s Office building, are going to be greeted by an interesting character: Clifford the Big Red Dog. The new home for the Albany Sheriff’s Office is Clarksville Elementary School. The mural––featuring the literary canine and a yellow school bus filled with children that […]

How are the criminal lawyers helpful for you?

July 26, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

If you have fallen on bad times, and if you are set to face some time in the prison, it may be better for you to try and get the help of a criminal layer. They may help you deal with the situation, and also defend yourself in the right way. The legal system is […]


July 23, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

If you have been in the United States for over five years, entered the U.S. before turning 16, were under 31 on June 15, 2012, and meet other requirements, President Obama’s new program may be right for you! There are approximately 2,100,000 youths nationwide that would qualify for this program.  They study in our schools, […]

The Golden State Wants Your Gold

July 16, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

This is a guest blog post from: Mark A. Gallagher, a friend of ours who fights traffic ticket and criminal charges in California. 40509.5 HOLDS CAN TRIGGER A SUSPENDED LICENSE IN YOUR HOME STATE BASED ON A TICKET RECEIVED WHILE VISITING CALIFORNIA All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey.   I’d be safe and […]

NY Launches Work Zone Speeding Blitz

July 11, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

This past Monday, New York State police began a five-day initiative in order to crack down on speeding in work and construction zones. The campaign called “Operation Work Brake” has been targeting motorists traveling along the New York State Thruway, I-87, and I-90. Police will be out in record numbers this week patrolling the Thruway […]