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Elements of drug manufacturing crimes

Most New York residents likely do not want to be associated with drug crimes. Drug crimes can result in not only hefty fines and potential prison time, they can seriously damage a person's reputation. A person's reputation can be impacted in their personal life, affecting relationships with family and friends. It can also impact a person's professional reputation, causing him or her to lose a job, and making it more difficult to obtain employment in the future. This makes it of the utmost importance to mount a vigorous defense against such charges.

Refusing a breath test in New York

Getting pulled over and being forced to undergo DWI tests can be scary. For many in New York, this is not something they ever expected to face and so they do not know how to proceed. But they often know one thing -- they wish to avoid the consequences that come with a DWI at all costs. The penalties associated with such a charge can be damaging in multiple ways. They can damage a person's reputation. They can damage a person's pocket book with hefty fines. Thankfully, there are certain steps a person can take to try to avoid these penalties.

Categories of drug possession laws

When a New York resident is arrested and charged with a drug crime, their life can change in an instant. Drug crimes are very serious and can result in some serious consequences. Not only can a person face fines that can do damage to their bank accounts, they can also risk great damage to their reputations. This can make it difficult to find jobs in the future, or it could harm a person's current career. This is why it is important to do everything possible to fight such a charge.

A look at juvenile criminal procedure in New York

Many New York residents have made mistakes in their youth that they regret. However, some underage people make mistakes that cause more than regret -- they might result in a criminal charge. Although some might see crimes involving minors as not as serious, they can prove to be major ordeals, involving many complexities.

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