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Elements of mail fraud

A New York resident who uses the United States Postal Service or other interstate mail carriers to facilitate a crime involving deceit or fraud could face federal mail fraud charges. These charges can result in unwanted legal consequences and often happen in...

New laws in New York in 2019

There are a lot of changes that come with a new year. You may make new resolutions regarding your health, relationships, career and family. Additionally, a host of new laws tend to go into effect. There are plenty of new laws in New York that may impact you without...

Should you refuse sobriety tests in New York?

New York operates under implied consent laws for driving under the influence of alcohol. When a person receives a driver's license in the state, he or she consents to follow police instructions when on the road. Implied consent means if an officer asks you to...

How evading your taxes can catch up with you

The old saying is that the only two things that are certain in life are death and taxes. But if you have not been paying your taxes as you should, or if you have been receiving money under the table for work and not claiming it on your tax return, you may be putting...

Your rights regarding warrantless vehicle searches

You may have been told authorities cannot legally search your property without first having a warrant. Is this true? The answer is a bit more complicated than you might think, especially when it comes to vehicles. If you are pulled over in New York and officers ask to...

Income tax fraud vs. income tax negligence

Tax fraud is a felony offense that costs the United States government billions of dollars every year. In fact, the Internal Revenue Service estimates that the government loses approximately $458 billion annually.However, not everyone gets away with it. When...

Can police search your property without a warrant?

There are various guidelines in place for police officers who wish to obtain a warrant to inspect a person's home or car. These guidelines are in place to protect the general public from unlawful searches and seizures. Most people are aware they can ask...

2 ways you may accidentally commit tax fraud

Doing your own taxes can prove complicated, but paying someone else to do them can be expensive, costing you considerable money on top of what you may already owe to the Internal Revenue Service. While the language and calculations involved may be bewildering,...

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