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Failure To Yield Defenses In New York

By Phillip J. Murphy |

If you have received a traffic ticket for failing to yield in New York, you might be wondering if you can fight it. It’s an understandable question – especially if you’re convinced that you didn’t actually do anything wrong. The real question is whether it’s worth putting the time and effort into fighting your… Read More »


NYPD Accused Of Fabricating Evidence In Murder Case

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Murder is perhaps the most serious crime that anyone can face in New York, and police officers must be incredibly careful when investigating these crimes. Even a slight mistake can put innocent people behind bars for murders that they did not commit. New Yorkers trust detectives and officers to investigate crimes and collect evidence… Read More »


How To Fight Distracted Driving Violations In New York

By Phillip J. Murphy |

New York prides itself in its fight against distracted driving – and it was one of the first states to ban handheld cellphone use while driving back in 2001. Since then, many New Yorkers have faced traffic tickets and various consequences for driving while using their phones. If you are one of these individuals,… Read More »


What Counts As Drug Paraphernalia In New York?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

The definition of drug paraphernalia in New York is often incredibly vague, and police may use this vague definition to justify unconstitutional searches and seizures. In some cases, everyday objects such as straws, digital scales, and plastic bags have been classified as drug paraphernalia under questionable circumstances. Defendants in New York may want to… Read More »


What Is The Penalty For An Expired Registration In Rockland County?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

Each year, thousands of drivers in Rockland County face consequences for driving with an expired registration. The penalties for this traffic violation may not be clear, and those facing consequences may be wondering if they can fight their tickets. Learn more about expired registrations in Rockland County and your legal options when facing these… Read More »


What Is The Penalty For Stealing Sunglasses In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

According to various studies, even generic, run-of-the-mill sunglasses can provide profit margins of over 100 percent. Some designer shades cost many thousands of dollars – representing a clear target for shoplifters in New Jersey who want to grab small, valuable items. What shoplifters might not realize, however, is that penalties become increasingly more severe… Read More »


Can You Go To Prison For Violations As A Landlord In New York?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

While acting as a landlord certainly comes with profit potential in New York, it also comes with a great deal of responsibility. Landlords may enjoy a steady supply of almost completely passive income in the form of rental payments, they must also act according to various regulations in New York. In many ways, they… Read More »


Can You Face A DWI For Sleeping In A Parked Car In New Jersey?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

During the festive holiday season, many drivers responsibly choose not to get behind the wheel while intoxicated. That said, a vehicle provides much-needed shelter from the cold night air after emerging from a bar or party. However, getting into a parked car may lead to legal consequences – even if you never put the… Read More »


What Is The Penalty For No-Fault Insurance Fraud In New York?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

New York is one of the few states that follows a no-fault system when it comes to car accidents. While this system provides a relatively streamlined route to compensation for injured victims, many argue that it also provides a streamlined opportunity for fraud. What happens if you are accused of no-fault insurance fraud in… Read More »


Can You Really Go To Prison For Romance Fraud?

By Phillip J. Murphy |

These days, many people meet prospective partners online – and this has led to a surge in so-called “romance fraud.” This type of scam involves gaining someone’s trust in a chatroom or dating app before slowly convincing them to hand over their personal information, their funds, and more. What happens if you get accused… Read More »

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