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Juveniles frequently charged as adults in New York

Children can be rowdy, loud and make rash decisions. They are still learning maturity and responsibly and other traits that will hopefully help them become productive citizens. However, while they are learning, they are bound to make some mistakes. In some situations, juvenile offenses can result from these mistakes. Under New York law, certain mistakes are taken so seriously, that even children will be held to an adult standard.

Newburgh police search for armed robbery suspect

Police in Newburgh, New York are looking for a man in his late 20s or early 30s. According to police, the man is wanted for an armed robbery. Reports allege that the manager of a local ShopRite store called police after the manager and the store employees were tied up while the store was robbed.

New Yorkers may see misdemeanor charge for tolls

Few New Yorkers in the Hudson Valley do not have regular contact with a car. People use cars and trucks to do just about everything - drive to work, get children from school or go out to have fun. However, any time a person is behind the wheel, an entire set of rules and regulations applies to that person. There are rules about who can drive, what types of vehicles can drive in certain places, when to stop or go, how fast to drive and others. Breaking these rules can easily lead to traffic violations, or in some cases, misdemeanor charges.

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