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Monthly Archives: November 2013

THANKSGIVING EVE: Thanksgiving Wishes – and What You Should Know – As We Head into What Has Become Known as One of the Biggest Nights of the Year for DWI/DWAI Arrests

As we get ready to welcome in Thanksgiving, we wanted to wish our colleagues and friends all the best for the holiday.  We also wanted to take this opportunity to address some of the things to keep in mind this holiday season, as we enter into what has become known as the biggest time period […]

Rick Collins Honored at “Leadership In Law” Event

Rick Collins was honored last night at the annual “Leadership in Law” awards, an event presented by Long Island Business News and attended by hundreds of top professionals in the Long Island law and business communities.  The event featured a formal presentation of awards to honorees, where Rick was one of fourteen partners from law […]

CMG Partner Marc Gann Succeeds in Having Prosecution Dropped Against Glen Head Middle School Gym Teacher

  CMG partner Marc Gann has succeeded in having all charges dropped against client Aaron Kozlowski, the Glen Head gym teacher accused in April of watching pornography in his office.   All charges against Kozlowski, which were based solely on the stories of four middle school students, have been dropped – with prosecutors telling the judge […]

Marc Gann Named To Innocence Project Committee To Address Eyewitness Identification Reform In New York

CMG partner Marc Gann has been asked to join a committee created by the Innocence Project that has been set up to address a variety of issues in the area of eyewitness identification in New York.  Gann is one of 25 defense lawyers from around New York City and upstate New York asked to join […]

The Unfortunate Casualties of the War on Drugs

Last year in California, a lonely, seventeen-year-old autistic student thought that he finally made a friend.  His “friend” was a fellow student named Daniel Briggs, and the two had art class together.  After a while, however, Briggs began to act strangely.  Briggs asked his “friend” to get him drugs.  In a barrage of sixty text […]

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