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Category Archives: Drug Crimes

First Step Act: Criminal Justice Reform Bill Signed into Law

President Donald Trump has signed a landmark piece of criminal justice reform legislation called the First Step Act. The President tweeted, “Congress just passed the Criminal Justice Reform Bill known as the #FirstStepAct. Congratulations! This is a great bi-partisan achievement for everybody. When both parties work together we can keep our Country safer. A wonderful thing […]

CGMB Associate Phil Nash Addresses Outdated NY Criminal Mischief Laws

Nash Nassau Lawyer Article Discusses Need to Update NY’s Criminal Mischief Statute   Philip Nash, an associate attorney at Collins Gann McCloskey & Barry who concentrates his practice in criminal defense and plays a key role in the firm’s growing criminal record sealing practice area, has authored an article addressing New York’s outdated criminal mischief […]

Sports Nutrition Dietary Supplements Under Fire

With the use of dietary supplements on the rise in New York and across the country, industry leaders are becoming increasingly exposed to criticism. A bill still open for review by the New York State Senate is proposed SB 4151, a bill calling for a ban on the purchase of sports supplements by anyone under […]

How Long Can PED Use Haunt You?

Performance-enhancing drugs, or PEDs, have received a great deal of media attention in recent years in New York and across the county. The issue has become especially relevant in the legal world. As PEDs have become publicly well known, athletes from all sports and backgrounds have become increasingly exposed to criticism and attack. Although efforts […]

Avoiding the Most Common Charge in New York

In 2012, drug offenses were cited as the most common cause of arrest in the United States, totaling approximately 1.55 million. According to recently released FBI statements, most of these offenses were for mere possession. About 82 percent of the arrests were for possession offenses, and about 42.4 percent were for marijuana possession alone. That […]


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