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February 2018 Archives

A car accident can lead to many types of injury

Being involved a car accident, regardless of the severity, can turn your life upside down. For example, you may learn that your vehicle was damaged beyond repair. If this happens, you must make other arrangements for transportation until you figure out your long-term plan.

Siblings both get DWI charges on same day

According to New York police, a man was taken into custody for a DWI after an accident in Perth on Feb. 15. Authorities say that the 50-year-old had a blood alcohol content of .29 percent. When the man's sister went to pick him up, she did so while also under the influence of alcohol. The 51-year-old women had a blood alcohol content of .22 percent when she arrived.

New York man arrested with large quantities of fentanyl narcotic

Fentanyl is a synthetic narcotic that black market drug dealers have been adding to heroin and cocaine supplies according to a statement from a special narcotics prosecutor in New York City. An investigation led by the Queens Narcotics Major Case Squad confirmed this trend when it arrested a suspected drug trafficker and found large amounts of fentanyl valued at $10 million in his car.

Man sentenced to 15 years for plotting kidnap, murder

On Jan. 29, a 65-year-old man was sentenced to 15 years in a New York prison. The man, formerly a high school librarian, was found guilty of conspiring to rape, kidnap and murder women. He had been in custody since he was detained in 2013.

From our Aidala, Bertuna & Kamins P.C. Partner Barry

From our Aidala, Bertuna & Kamins P.C. Partner Barry Kamins who is a New York Law Journal Law.com Criminal Law and Procedure columnist, and author of New York Search and Seizure (Lexis/Nexis 2017) as well as a former New York Supreme Court Judge.

Alleged former mob boss on trial for involvement in fraud

The federal trial of an alleged ex-mob boss turned restaurateur opened on Jan. 30 in New York. The man is accused of collecting gambling debts for an East Coast crime syndicate and running a health care fraud that involved bribing doctors to write fake prescriptions. The man's defense attorney says he is being framed by other people who have an interest in trying to benefit themselves with the accusations. According to the man's attorney, he simply has a gambling problem that has made him vulnerable.

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