Here is a list of the top rated and best criminal defense lawyers in Albany, NY. These criminal defense attorneys in Albany, New York that we have listed below may also practice other areas of law besides criminal defense as some of the Albany lawyers practice personal injury for example. Our best lawyers of Albany list below is strictly on their criminal defense reviews and felony court case records. We have located and found the best defense lawyers of Albany based upon their reviews on Albany Yelp, AVVO, Super Lawyers, as well as the US News report about lawyers in Albany, New York. If you are searching to find the best rated criminal defense attorneys in Albany, you have come to the correct place. These are the top lawyers in Albany, NY. When hiring a Albany, NY criminal defense attorney, you should evaluate the experience and fee structure of the Albany attorney. Some offer a free consultation to discuss your case.
Here are the top rated defense lawyers in Albany, NY
- John R. McFadden | Rhoades Cunningham & McFadden
- O’Connell and Aronowitz
- Samuel C. Breslin, Esq. – Breslin Law Group
- Martin P. Bonventre, Esq.
- Thomas O’Hern, Attorney
- April M. Dalbec
- E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy
- Law Office of Ken McCauley
- Rakesh Joshi Law, PLLC
- Law Office of Matthew J Swedick Esq
If you have any questions about hiring an Albany criminal defense lawyer give Wise Laws a call at 800-270-8184 as they currently work with some of these top 10 lawyers.
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The state of Oklahoma will receive $8.75 million from two pharmaceutical companies in a deal announced Friday that will end legal action the state was considering against the opioid manufacturers.
Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter announced the agreement with Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Par Pharmaceutical, Inc., both subsidiaries of Dublin-based Endo International. Without the agreement, Hunter said he planned to file suit against the company alleging it violated state law by deceptively marketing opioid pain medications in a way that understated the risk of addiction.
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Wanna whack me? Fuhgeddaboudit!
Genovese turncoat Michael “Cookie” D’Urso, who is now using a different identity after testifying against the mob, wrote an open letter to his former colleagues, warning them against trying to take revenge.
D’Urso, 49, apparently heard that members of the Genovese family were discussing his new name and whereabouts at an Upper East Side steakhouse.
“I am ready, able and willing to defend my family and myself,” D’Urso threatens in the letter, first obtained by Gang Land News. “A bat and a knife won’t help you so you will have to use a gun.”
D’Urso was an up-and-coming gangster when, in 1994, he survived a bullet to the head over a gambling debt during a predawn card game in a Williamsburg social club. The hit also killed a beloved cousin, but the mob family wouldn’t allow D’Urso to seek retribution, an episode he alludes to in the letter.
He says the acting boss of the Genoveses, Frank “Farby” Serpico, threatened to assassinate him, which drove D’Urso to begin wearing a wire in 1998.
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The FBI has issued a warning for Americans to be wary of “confidence/romance scams,” after the Bureau saw a 70% annual rise in reported fraud, where dating sites were used to trick victims into sending money, purchasing items or even laundering or muling money for people met online. The shift from basic fraud to money laundering is a significant worry for U.S. law enforcement and represents a nasty twist in the age-old problem of romance scams.
In 2018, more than 18,000 complaints were received with losses totalling more than $362 million. And, to state the obvious, this is likely the tip of the iceberg. For every reported incident there will be others where victims don’t come forward.
In particular the FBI warns, threat actors “often use online dating sites to pose as U.S. citizens located in a foreign country, U.S. military members deployed overseas, or U.S. business owners seeking assistance with lucrative investments.”
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