Common NYC Criminal Charges
In NYC, two of the most common criminal charges are trespassing and consequentially possession of a controlled substance. These two commonly are charged to someone at the same time. If you have been arrested for criminal charges in NYC, you may be feeling scared and wondering what you are going to do.
Common NYC Criminal Charges: Trespassing
In the state of New York, it’s illegal to trespass on other people’s property. That might sound weird, especially in the city of New York where there’s so much public space, but people are sometimes charged with trespass. Probably, this most commonly occurs after the parks close at dusk. People walking through a park after dusk can be charged with trespass, and those charges are sometimes coupled with those of possession of controlled dangerous substances or possession of marijuana. If you’ve been charged with trespass or possession of marijuana or controlled dangerous substance, you can be assured that I’ve handled cases like yours. I’m experienced, and I’ll be more than happy to discuss your case with you.
Common NYC Criminal Charges: Possession of a Controlled Substance
In the state of New York, a charge of criminal possession of a controlled substance such as heroin, MDMA, ecstasy, or cocaine could result in your going to jail. Additionally, you could lose your driving privileges. These are very, very extreme consequences, but they are oftentimes imposed in these types of cases. If you’ve been charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, please give me a call so we can discuss your case and work toward your best possible result.
If you have been charged with one or both of these common New York City criminal charges, please call the experienced NYC Criminal Defense Lawyer Carl Spector. He has handled dozens of cases just like yours and will provide fierce and dependable legal representation.