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Monthly Archives: July 2014

CMG Attorney Dan Russo Inducted as Secretary of the Nassau Academy of Law

CMG attorney Dan Russo has been inducted as Secretary of the Nassau Academy of Law, the educational arm of the Nassau County Bar Association.  Russo, an associate attorney at the firm, concentrates his practice in criminal defense, real estate, civil litigation and dietary supplement law. Russo was inducted at the NCBA Installation of Officers ceremony […]

Important News For Formerly Incarcerated Individuals In New York

Governor Cuomo Announces Formation of Council on Community Re-Entry and Reintegration to Address Barriers Formerly Incarcerated New Yorkers Face When Trying to Re-enter Society Today marked an important milestone for the thousands of ex-offenders each year who leave New York’s prisons and face countless barriers and obstacles in trying to successfully reintegrate back into society.  […]

Avoiding DWI Charges is Not Just for NFL Players

It’s well known that driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving while impaired by the use of alcohol or drugs can lead to serious consequences, ranging anywhere from steep fines to life-threatening car accidents. New York state legislators have responded to this problem by implementing the STOP-DWI law, which uses the money collected from drunk driving […]

Marc Gann Addresses the Zero Tolerance Law for Young Drivers

CMG YouTube Video Discusses What Individuals Need to Know About DWI Charges for Those Under Age 21 The start of summer, and particularly the upcoming 4th of July holiday weekend, has traditionally been a time of increased DWI arrests and heightened DWI enforcement.  While being charged with a DUI or DWI carries significant consequences for […]

Video Recording of Confessions: When Interrogation Goes too Far

By Rick Collins and Lucas Kessler* In the recently decided case of People v Thomas, the New York State Court of Appeals held that police questioning had gone too far.  The defendant’s confession was not his own; the police essentially put words in his mouth and forced him to confess.  The court reversed the conviction, […]


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