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Obey New York's gun laws or face firearm charges

Each state in the U.S. has gun laws and some differ from state to state. Guns are often associated with violent crimes, not just in New York, but all across the United States. Each state has its own gun laws that outline strict rules and regulations that must be followed by hunters, gun dealers and gun owners. Here in New York, it is important for gun owners to familiarize themselves with the state's gun laws in order to avoid criminal charges, which range from misdemeanors to felonies.

18-year-old man faces murder and firearm charges


White Plains residents probably know that New York State has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country. In addition to restrictions on the sale and ownership of weapons, New York's criminal law imposes harsh penalties on those convicted of using a gun in the commission of a crime.

New York man pleads not guilty in girlfriend's fatal shooting


Some White Plains, New York residents automatically think that a person accused of criminal charges is already guilty of the crime. However, being charged does not equate to guilt. There are instances when a person can be wrongfully accused or was a victim of an unfortunate situation. A 26-year-old man from Cornwall who is facing criminal charges has indicated that he belongs in the latter category.

Staten Island teens face murder charges in deliveryman shooting


Criminal charges are serious accusations that have the possibility of serious consequences if the accused is convicted, whether that person is in New York or somewhere else in the country. When the charges include accusations of violent crimes, the accused should act quickly to address the charges in a timely manner.

New York man faces criminal charges for trying to protect family


Criminal charges come with severe consequences. If convicted of criminal charges, a Westchester County, New York resident could potentially face a substantial fine and lengthy prison sentence. The resident's reputation may also be tarnished. However, not everyone facing charges has malicious intent in mind. Others, such as a Huntington Station man, only want to protect their loved ones.

Police arrest man for shooting of teen student in New York


Police in New York will aggressively seek out and arrest those they believe committed a weapons crime. One recent example is that of a man who was arrested following the shooting of a straight-A student on a street corner in Brooklyn.

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