Articles From Law Offices of Daniel A. Hochheiser

Driver Arrested for DWI after Traveling to New Jersey in Closed Lane of Holland Tunnel

A 28-year-old man was recently taken into custody and charged with a number of offenses after an incident in the Holland Tunnel.

Doctor Charged with Manslaughter, Endangerment and Fraud

A New York City doctor, S.L., has been indicted in State Supreme Court on 218 counts for accusations involving the illegal sale of prescription drugs.

Subway Crimes in New York City

Last year, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) reported a surge of crimes being committed on the subway systems of New York City.

Gun Trafficking Prevention Act of 2013

The Gun Trafficking Prevention Act of 2013 is a bipartisan bill making gun trafficking a federal crime.

Western New York Man Charged under New Gun Law

A 33 year-old man from the western part of the state of New York has been charged with the unlawful sale of assault weapons in violation of New York’s tough new gun laws.

New Felony Charge for NY Domestic Violence Offenders

A new Class E felony charge was created in October 2012 in the state of New York called an “aggravated family offense.”

DWI Gets Worse with Minors in the Car

A father who was driving drunk on the Long Island Expressway with his two children in the car was arrested for DWI with aggravated charges this month.

Newark Insider Trading Ring Busted

Last November, an insider trading ring of six individuals, three of whom had been friends since high school, were criminally charged for the white collar crime in Newark.

Routine Traffic Stop Leads To Heroin Bust In Upstate New York

In the wake of multiple deaths believed to be the result of heroin overdoses in Westchester County, officials with the New York State Police say they are stepping up enforcement efforts against local ...

Mayor Bloomberg Calls For Perspective After Subway Murders

After the second homicide caused by shoving a victim into the path of an oncoming train in December, Mayor Michael Bloomberg urged the city to keep perspective.

Brooklyn Man Pleads Guilty to Bank Fraud

39-year-old E.J. from Brooklyn pleaded guilty recently to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. He and three others are charged with running a scam to “fix” people’s credit scores so they were eligible for ...

Medical Marijuana and DWI in New York City

New York is one of the 18 states currently reviewing legislation to legalize marijuana for medical use. This brings up a point that states that already allowing medical marijuana use have been ...

Protester Arrested for Dumping Human Waste in Bank

One Occupy Wall Street protester has been taken into custody and two additional suspects are being sought by NYC police. 25-year-old J.A. has been arrested on suspicion of dumping a large container of ...

NYC Cab Driver Booked on Assault Charges

A cabbie servicing the JFK airport got the help of a Port Authority police officer after being allegedly assaulted by a fellow cab driver. The driver, W.W., said a rival cabbie had attacked and beaten ...

Embezzlement is Alive and Well in New York

Embezzlement applies to people who violate their duty to protect or manage funds or property by a person or company. It falls under the category of white collar crime as it usually takes place in a ...

Identity Theft Has Many Masks

Identity theft can take on many forms and keeps many law enforcement officials and investigators well employed. Once caught, offenders can expect harsh repercussions.

Burglary Isn’t Worth Losing Half of Your Life to Imprisonment

Earlier this year in February, 38 year old Scott Hornick was convicted of two counts of conspiracy for an interstate burglary ring that apparently lasted six years.

Embezzlement Finds its Way Into Local Catholic College

Just last month, embezzlement went public at the Iona Catholic College in New Rochelle New York.

Identity Theft and Techniques Used to Gain Identities

With technological advancements making forward progress all the time, identity theft has expanded along with it, creating more victims.

White Collar Crimes: What Makes Them Unique?

What makes white collar crimes different from other crimes?
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