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  • New York State’s Proposed Jury Duty Reform
    New York State’s Proposed Jury Duty Reform

    Individuals of New York State are not eligible to serve on a jury after a felony conviction. However, that may be changing as Bill S09194 approaches a vote in the Senate. This Bill proposes that ...

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  • NYPD Demands Google Remove Police Checkpoint Function on Navigation App, Waze
    NYPD Demands Google Remove Police Checkpoint Function on Navigation App, Waze

    Recently, the New York Police Department sent a cease and desist letter to Google on behalf of their popular navigation application, Waze. The letter demanded that Google remove the function allowing ...

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  • Parolees Can Now Vote in New York
    Parolees Can Now Vote in New York

    If you have been convicted of a felony , and are now on post-release supervision after serving a state jail sentence, you are free to vote. The right to vote is a sacred one. For years, those who have ...

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  • Attorney Steven Brill Appears on Today's Verdict Program
    Attorney Steven Brill Appears on Today's Verdict Program

    Attorney Steven Brill recently appeared on the BronxNet program Today's Verdict with host David Lesch. David and Steven's discussion focused on sex crime laws here in New York, their ramifications, ...

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  • What Happened to Getting a Second Chance?
    What Happened to Getting a Second Chance?

    In 1993, a 25 year old woman living in New York pleaded guilty to bank fraud, and received one day in jail, six months of house arrest, and four years of probation. She did her time, began to pursue ...

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  • Understanding Bail in New York
    Understanding Bail in New York

    When it comes to the inner-workings of the criminal justice system, there is no other component more integral but less understood than bail. The main reason for this confusion is that each state has ...

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