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2014

Blog Posts in 2014

  • "Talkin Law" Debuts with Attorney Dan Hochheiser

    || 22-Oct-2014

    In October 2014, a new radio program will debut on Blog Talk Radio Network. This radio program features our firm's New York City Criminal Defense Lawyer Dan Hochheiser. You can access the radio program's website here. "Talkin Law" has three main objectives: Analyze criminal cases that get media attention Assess trends within the field of law Detail current legal events This ...
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  • Attorney Lawrence Hochheiser Named Top Rated Lawyer by New York Law Journal

    || 16-Sep-2014

    As Hochheiser & Hochheiser's legacy for excellence continues, we are proud to announce that New York criminal defense attorney Lawrence Hochheiser has again been recognized for his experience and abilities by a prestigious rating program. New York Law Journal released its list of Top Rated Lawyer in the areas of White Collar Crime and General Criminal Law. The rating is based upon Attorney ...
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  • Lawrence Hochheiser Named in 21st Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®

    || 18-Aug-2014

    The Best Lawyers in America® is one of the most prominent and popular peer-review publications in the legal field. Each published edition is distributed through some of the highest circulated publications in the nation, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune and much more. The published list includes the most highly regarded legal ...
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  • What If I Accidentally Downloaded Child Pornography?

    || 28-Apr-2014

    If you are worried about facing charges of child pornography possession after accidently downloading an image or video onto your computer, a New York City criminal defense attorney from Hochheiser & Hochheiser, LLP may be able to help. We are both former prosecutors, who have since dedicated our careers to defending people against the criminal charges and penalties they face. Child pornography ...
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  • What Constitutes a "Hate Crime" Under New York Law?

    || 25-Apr-2014

    According to the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, a hate crime occurs whenever an individual commits a crime against another individual, property or group as a result of his or her alleged bias or hatred towards the apparent race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, gender identity or any other characteristic represented by that individual, ...
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  • Could I Be Charged with Tax Fraud Over an Honest Mistake?

    || 22-Apr-2014

    The tax auditors with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are specifically trained to detect instances of tax fraud. Claiming dependents you do not have, keeping two different sets of financial records, using a fake or fraudulently obtained Social Security number, submitting false receipts or altering checks to try and increase deductions are all examples of ways people have tried to defraud the ...
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  • What Qualifies as Resisting Arrest in New York?

    || 21-Apr-2014

    Any time an officer tries to place you under arrest or take you into police custody for a suspected crime, you could find yourself facing additional charges and penalties if you attempt to resist the arrest. Many people are unaware of what qualifies as resisting arrest here in New York, and they do not understand the effect their actions could have on their criminal case. Violence or outright ...
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  • What If I Was Coerced Into Giving a Confession?

    || 18-Apr-2014

    If you were coerced into giving a confession, you are probably wondering how to find a criminal defense attorney in New York City who you can trust to help you avoid the serious penalties of a conviction. Law Offices of Daniel A. Hochheiser is a well-known criminal defense firm based in New York City. We have more than 60 years combined legal experience and are committed to advocating on behalf of ...
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  • Dan Hochheiser's Client is Cleared of Shoplifting Charges

    || 2-Apr-2014

    Attorney Daniel Hochheiser was recently hired to represent a Venezuelan tourist who had been wrongfully accused of shoplifting at Macy's. The woman claimed that she had been handcuffed, detained for hours, urged to sign a confession and even pay a fine of $500—all while her 12-year-old son waited for her in the store, unaware of where she had gone. She was then charged with a misdemeanor ...
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  • The Difference Between First, Second & Third Degree Robbery

    || 10-Feb-2014

    In New York State, robbery is defined as "forcible stealing." This means that you could only be charged with this crime if you have used physical force, or threatened to use physical force, in order to take another person's property—unlike larceny, which is generally defined as the act of taking someone else's property with the intent of removing it from their possession ...
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  • Attorney Daniel Hochheiser was recently hired to represent "Manhattan Madam" Kristen Davis, who was arrested and charged with selling prescription pain killers last August. Davis previously made headlines when she was accused of running a high-end prostitution ring in New York City that offered its services to a number of high-profile clients—including former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, ...
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