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GUIDE to Criminal Offenses in the New York State Penal Code
General Guide to Criminal Offenses in the New York State Penal Code
Bribing a witness, tampering with a witness, intimidating a witness or victim, tampering with a juror, criminal contempt, aggravated criminal contempt, bail jumping grand jury
Misdemeanor means an offense, other than a traffic infraction, for which a sentence of imprisonment in excess of 15 days may be imposed, but not in excess of 1 year cannot be imposed.
Felony means an offense for which a sentence to a term of imprisonment in excess of one year may be imposed. A guide to Non-Violent Class E Felony Offenses in the New York State Penal Code.
Disorderly Conduct, Harassment, Aggravated Harassment, Falsely Reporting an Incident, Riot, Placing False Bomb, Aggravated Family Offense
A guide to Class D Felonies in the New York State Penal Law. 'Felony' means an offense for which a sentence to a term of imprisonment in excess of one year may be imposed.
GUIDE, New York State Penal Law - Most Common Arrest Charges.
ASSAULT, Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer, Vehicular Assault, Gang Assault, Menacing, Reckless Endangerment, Stalking...
Penal Law Popular Search Terms. Top 20 Most Actively Searched Terms in the New York Penal Law Code