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12 Tully Rinckey New York Attorneys Named 2022 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

October 4, 2022 – Albany, NY – Tully Rinckey PLLC is very pleased to announce that the following attorneys have been selected as 2022 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Upstate…

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Empire State Weekly: Legal implications of changing gun laws

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – This week on Empire State Weekly, new gun safety laws are now in effect and its causing confusion and concern among gun owners. The new laws will see the…

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Penalties and Punishments for Weapons Charges In New York

The state of New York has some of the most restrictive weapon laws in the country, and New York City has codified even more severe restrictions. If you are facing a criminal…

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How to Beat a Gun Charge in New York

Throughout the United States and more specifically, in New York State and New York City, the issues of weapons possession—specifically firearms—have received much attention as…

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Can a Misdemeanor Be Expunged in New York?

In the United States, about 45 million Americans, or 14% of the population, have been convicted of a misdemeanor. If this is the case for you, you might be asking yourself, can a…

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SCOTUS to hear case of NYS business executives caught in statewide corruption scandal

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The U.S. Supreme Court may consider the convictions of two men caught up in a statewide corruption scandal under former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, laying…

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New York set to pass restrictions on concealed carry in response to recent SCOTUS ruling

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — New York is poised to pass new legislation restricting who can carry guns in public and where in response to the Supreme Court’s ruling expanding second…

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How to avoid a holiday BUI

Ahead of Fourth of July weekend, there’s going to be partying and drinking occurring at picnics. But with that, it’s important for New Yorkers to understanding the…

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How a Booze-Fueled Bon Voyage Can Turn into a BUI: What New York State Boaters Need to Know

With summer kicking off and the public eager to resume normalcy following the COVID-19 shutdowns, it is anticipated that many New Yorkers will turn to boating this summer season…

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Grand Jury to elevate charges against the parents of Jordan Brooks

OSWEGO, N.Y. — There’s more insight into a grand jury’s decision to bring second degree murder charges against the parents of Jordan Brooks, Lisa and Anthony…

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