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Criminal Defense Lawyers For Aggravated Sexual Abuse In The Second Degree (NY PL 130.67) In Buffalo

Criminal Defense Lawyer For Aggravated Sexual Abuse In The Third Degree (NY PL 130.66) Charges Aggravated Sexual Abuse in the Second Degree (NY PL 130.67) is charged by Buffalo prosecutors when they believe you caused injury to another person by inserting a finger into their vagina, urethra, penis, rectum, or anus while using forcible compulsion,…

Buffalo Defense Attorneys For Aggravated Sexual Abuse In The First Degree (NY PL 130.70)

Criminal Defense Lawyer For Aggravated Sexual Abuse In The Third Degree (NY PL 130.66) Charges Sex crimes charges are especially damaging to a person’s reputation and relationships, and even if you aren’t convicted, allegations of such conduct can close off opportunities for the rest of your life. If you’ve been charged with Aggravated Sexual Abuse…

Defense Lawyers For Course Of Sexual Conduct Against A Child In The First Degree (NY PL 130.75) In Buffalo

Criminal Defense Lawyer For Aggravated Sexual Abuse In The Third Degree (NY PL 130.66) Charges Allegations of sexual crimes against children are considered especially serious by Buffalo prosecutors, and cases of Course of Sexual Conduct Against a Child in the First Degree (NY PL 130.75) are prosecuted vigorously here. The charges allege that over a…

What Does The Buffalo DMV Consider When Deciding Whether To Return A Driver’s License Following A DWI Conviction?

All experienced Buffalo DWI lawyers are familiar with the idea that the prior alcohol or drug related driving convictions may have an impact on the duration of the revocation period of a defendant’s driver’s license. Whether full driving privileges are actually restored following the required revocation period, however, is at the discretion of the Department…

Does The Buffalo DMV Impose Any Additional Driver’s License Penalty On Drivers With Only One Prior DWI Conviction?

Any Buffalo driver arrested a second time for drinking and driving may face serious legal consequences. If a prior DWI conviction occurred within ten years of the current conviction, the charge against the defendant may be enhanced from a misdemeanor to a felony. This would result in a potentially greater fine, a lengthier driver’s license…

Can Someone Convicted Of Driving While Ability Impaired By Drugs Get A Conditional Driver’s License In Buffalo?

The laws surrounding licensing following a conviction for Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs are confusing even for experienced Buffalo DWI lawyers. This is because the potential driver’s license penalties are set forth not just in the list of penalties for impaired or intoxicated driving, but also in the penalties for controlled substance offenses. In…

How Long Do I Have To Be Married To Qualify For Social Security Spousal Benefits After A Divorce In Buffalo?

Spouses are generally eligible to receive Social Security benefits post-divorce if the marriage lasted more than 10 years. Other eligibility requirements must be met before you can receive benefits, including being at least 62 years of age, being unmarried, and that the benefits you would receive from your own work history are less than what…