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Legal matters are rarely simple, which is why Tully Rinckey PLLC attorneys like to share their knowledge about specific topics through our articles page. Here, you will find articles to help make sense of complex legal issues. If you have a legal topic you would like us to address in our articles, please email info@tullylegal.com.


Let’s Go to the Video: Modern Technology and Youth Crimes

Police body camera footage is an increasingly important piece of evidence in criminal type cases. This goes for both the prosecution, in Family Court known as the Presentment…

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How Military Leadership, Planning Skills Translate Well to Post-service Entrepreneurship

By: Anthony Kuhn, Esq. Originally Published in the American City Business Journals. As Veterans Day approaches this weekend, discussion of life after military service for veterans…

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Putting the Past Behind Them: New York will Allow People to Seal Their Criminal Records

A criminal conviction has repercussions that go far beyond a judge’s sentence. Not only can an individual lose his or her freedom for months or years, but a criminal record can…

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Tully Rinckey opens Austin office in $15 million expansion push

Law firm Tully Rinckey PLLC has opened a new office in Austin, its 10th location overall. The new office is part of a strategy by the Albany, New York, firm to spend the next four…

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Veterans: Know Your USERRA Rights

When a school district informs parents that their children are having trouble at school – whether it’s lack of focus, paying attention or having behavioral issues in the…

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It Takes a Team to Educate a Special Needs Child

When a school district informs parents that their children are having trouble at school – whether it’s lack of focus, paying attention or having behavioral issues in the…

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Adopted Children And The Divorce Process

Is there anything different?? As all parents know, each child is unique and special, no matter how they may have arrived in our family. Each has their own personality, each has…

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Don’t ask: Salary history inquiries are on the way out

New York City employers must prepare to give up a longtime staple of hiring A time-honored tradition in recruitment and hiring will change this fall in New York City. Starting…

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An End to Child Marriage: New Age of Consent Law in New York

A law signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo on June 20, 2017 makes it illegal for a child under the age of 17 to marry in New York State. This may not sound like anything new, but most…

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Raise the Age

Do you remember ‘Bewitched” with Samantha and Darren Stephens, Tabitha, and Aunt Clara (really, who could forget Aunt Clara!)?   Not everyone will remember, but for those of…

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