CDH Law, PLLC discusses embezzlement and it potential penalties in New York.

Embezzlement and its Potential Penalties

Embezzlement Terms like embezzlement and larceny seem to get jumbled together when thinking about criminal law. To clear things up a bit, embezzlement is a form of larceny. Larceny, what many refer to as “theft,” refers to the wrongful taking of property from its rightful owner. A person may commit larceny through embezzlement. Embezzlement falls […]

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CDH Law discusses why there are so many summer divorces.

Summer Divorces

Memories of summers when you were growing up may bring images of beach time, backyard barbecues, family vacations, and freedom. You rarely see all of the effort that was put into these activities until you are a grown-up with a family of your own. The financial pressures of paying for a vacation, the extended time […]

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CDH Law discusses what you need to do to prepare for divorce in New York.

Preparing for Divorce

Divorce is a major transitional time. Whether it is uncontested or contested, divorce will bring major life changes. If you are in the midst of a divorce or are even considering a divorce, making certain preparations can help streamline the process and prepare you for what lies ahead Things You Can Do to Prepare for […]

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CDH Law discusses what a prenuptial agreement is.

Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is often a sensitive topic to broach with your significant other. As you plan for marriage and a future together, couples often shy away from discussing such an agreement as it plans for a future in which they are separated by divorce or death. Prenuptial agreements, however, can bring a great deal […]

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New York No-Fault Divorce

If you have looked into getting a divorce in New York, you have probably run into some complicated legal jargon. One of these terms may have been “no fault” divorce. There is enough to deal with when you are contemplating divorce without having to worry about the complexities of the legal process. Here is an […]

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Failure to Pay New York Traffic Fines

Whether the ticket was for running a stop sign or speeding, it is important to pay the fine for your traffic violation. Address the fine right away. It is far too easy to put the ticket in your glove box and forget the incident ever happened. Failure to pay a New York Traffic fine will […]

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Veteran’s Treatment Court opens in Onondaga County

The brand new Veteran’s Treatment Court in Onondaga County is a judicial diversion program for misdemeanor and felony level veteran offenders.  The goal of this court is to help those that served our nation by providing them an alternative to the traditional justice system.  CDH Law, a veteran-owned law firm, is proud to participate in […]

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Trial acquittal on felony assault charge

Witnesses claimed our client participated in a brutal assault.  He was charged with assault in the first degree and faced up to 25 years in prison if convicted.  Before trial, these witnesses identified our client in a photo lineup.  At trial, we were able to persuade the jury that their testimony was unreliable and the […]

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What is Cyberstalking?

Cyberstalking The crime of stalking is defined as repeatedly harassing or threatening behavior. With the growth of the internet and various social media platforms, stalking is now potentially happening both offline and online. Cyberstalking is when the harassing or threatening behavior occurs on the internet or by other electronic means. Online behavior and all of […]

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What is a White Collar Crime?

White collar crimes are named because they are often related to the realms of white collar workers such as finances, politics, or business. It is not, however, necessarily restricted to these kinds of workers. A white collar crime is considered to be a non-violent criminal act committed with the intention of unlawful financial gain. White […]

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