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Monthly Archives: May 2013

SEALING CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS UPDATE: As New York Senate Bill 5385-2013 Moves Forward, Criminal Record Sealing Gains Momentum

For the vast majority of New Yorkers with criminal convictions, the record is a permanent stain.  No matter how many years go by, the record forever remains.  No amount of good deeds can change it.  Currently, New York has no expungement or sealing law applicable to adults who are convicted of felonies or even misdemeanors […]

Hofstra Sports Safety Conference Helps Spread The Word About Keeping Kids Safe On The Playing Field

DA Kathleen Rice Thanks Presenter Rick Collins and CMG for Role in Making Conference a Success The recent Sports Safety Conference held at Hofstra University, orchestrated by the Long Island Youth Safety Coalition (www.liyouthsafetycoalition.org), was a resounding success – with more than 200 attendees representing schools and sports organizations throughout Long Island.  CMG partner Rick […]

The Decision to Testify in the Grand Jury

If you are arrested on a felony charge in the state of New York, in order for the District Attorney’s Office to take you to trial they must first indict you. What does that mean? It is the requirement that the District Attorney present evidence – testimony of witnesses, police officers, and/or physical evidence – […]


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