The holiday season can be a time of merriment for those in New York, especially if they plan on attending New Year’s Eve festivities in Times Square or watching the show on television at a party. At the Law Office Of Scott G. Cerbin, Esq., PLLC, we understand that for many, New Year’s Eve doesn’t always end as planned. You may wake up on New Year’s Day facing drunk driving charges.
If you allegedly steal something in New York, you could face criminal theft, robbery or burglary charges depending on what law enforcement officials allege you did and the way in which you allegedly did it. While all three of these white collar theft crimes are similar in nature, FindLaw explains that each one is a distinct separate crime.