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Category Archives: NY Sealing Law

Rick Collins’ Leadership in Sealing Criminal Records Featured in Newsday

Newsday Cover Story Highlights CGMB’s Role in First Nassau County Conviction Sealed Under New Criminal Record Sealing Law in New York The issue of criminal record sealing in New York, and CGMB Founding Partner Rick Collins, made headlines on Long Island last week – helping to raise awareness of this new law in New York that […]

CGMB Secures First Criminal Record Sealed in Nassau County Under New Law

CGMB is proud to announce that today, for the first time in Nassau County and possibly New York State, a Nassau County District Court judge ordered a misdemeanor criminal record be sealed pursuant to newly enacted Criminal Procedure Law Section 160.59. On behalf of our grateful client, we thank the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office […]

CGMB Associate Phil Nash Addresses Outdated NY Criminal Mischief Laws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a key role in the firm’s growing criminal record sealing practice area, has authored an article addressing New York’s outdated criminal mischief […]

The Wall Street Journal Recognizes New York’s New Sealing Law

Friday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal addressed New York’s new sealing law in an article, “New Law Aims to Help Ex-Convicts Get Jobs” (only WSJ subscribers may have full access). The piece, authored by Thomas MacMillan, notes that New York is home to 2.3 million people with criminal convictions. The new law, Criminal Procedure Law […]

Law Allowing New Yorkers to Seal Their Criminal Records Goes Into Effect

Beginning on October 7th, Tens of Thousands of People Can Seal Their New York Criminal Records and Move Forward with a Clean Slate     Beginning on October 7th, people who have long been suffering the negative consequences of a long-ago New York criminal conviction on their record will finally have the opportunity to have their […]

CGMB Founding Partner Rick Collins to be Installed as Vice President of the Nassau County Bar Association on June 13th

Rick Collins, a Founding Partner at Collins Gann McCloskey & Barry, will be installed as Vice President of the Nassau County Bar Association at a ceremony at the Nassau County Bar Association on June 13th. An active member of the NCBA for more than 25 years, Rick had previously been serving as NCBA Treasurer, and […]

Rick Collins featured in the Queens Chronicle: New law helps NYers to seal their records

A new law has been signed to give New Yorkers, including many in Queens, an opportunity to have their old criminal records sealed, gaining a critical second chance and fresh start on life. The New York State Legislature passed the 2017-18 budget on April 9. When signed by the governor, it added a new, far-reaching […]

Founding Partners Rick Collins and Marc Gann to Attend NYSBA Criminal Justice Section’s Annual Spring Meeting

Founding partners Rick Collins and Marc Gann will be traveling to Seneca Falls, NY, this week to take part in the annual Spring Meeting of the New York State Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section from May 4th – May 6th. Rick and Marc, who are both members of the Criminal Justice Section’s Executive Committee, will […]

Rick Collins Featured in Articles About New Criminal Record Sealing Law in New York

A Longtime Advocate for Criminal Record Sealing in NY, Rick Provides Insight into the New Law … and the Impact it Will Have on Countless New Yorkers Seeking Second Chances In the wake of the recent – and eagerly awaited – change in state law which will now make the sealing of criminal records a […]

Rick Collins featured on InformNNY.com: Change to criminal law in New York will also give ex-cons chances to seal records

A change in state law which raises the age of criminal responsibility from 16-years old to 18-years old will also allow thousands of convicts to seal up their criminal records. New York attorney Rick Collins told syracuse.com that anyone who has stayed out of legal trouble for 10 years can seal up to two prior […]

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