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April 2017 Archives

Report on law enforcement hacking released

New York residents may be aware that federal agencies including the National Security Agency have been accused of monitoring the electronic communications of millions of Americans, but they may not know about a new technique being used by law enforcement that places malware on the computers of people who have been suspected of being involved in illegal activity. Civil rights groups are especially concerned about this development because it allows federal agents to monitor the online activates of large numbers of internet users after obtaining a single search warrant.

Former CUNY official charged with embezzlement

A former administrator of the school of professional services at the City University of New York has been charged with allegedly embezzling an undisclosed amount from the university while he was employed there. The 43-year-old man was taken into custody in Los Angeles on April 7.

New York’s drug offenders need treatment, not jail time

Many of New York’s drug offenders commit crimes due to addiction, and not because they are inherently prone to criminal behavior. If you are among them, you may not necessarily have to serve time. Increasingly, the criminal justice system offers participation in a closely supervised and highly regulated drug court program to drug addicts charged with crimes in New York. This is not only a means of avoiding jail time, but also of kicking the addiction itself.

Police brutality can lead to lawsuits

New York residents rely on their local police to protect them and their property against crime. Sometimes, however, police use excessive force when apprehending or questioning someone. In such cases, people may suffer physical or mental injury that has a long-term impact on their well-being.

Town councilman faces tax evasion, other charges

A New York town councilman was taken into custody on March 31 and charged with tax evasion, wire fraud, failing to file a return or pay tax and making and subscribing to false corporate tax returns. Allegedly the man owes $250,000 in taxes and diverted $800,000 of an employer's revenue.

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