It is known by Syracuse residents that when one's well-being is threatened, they have a right to defend themselves. Yet in some cases, this self-defense could be misconstrued as a blatant attack or assault. When this happens, a thorough investigation and a fair, well-represented trial are some of the best ways to convey the accused individual's need to pursue a strong defense.
Syracuse drivers may know the dangers of a vehicle breaking down in a rural area, especially at night. Dark and narrow roads can make it very difficult for drivers to realize that there are people on the side of the road, particularly if the stranded motorists to not take safety precautions. Earlier this month, such a scenario resulted in the death of one man and criminal charges of driving while intoxicated and vehicular manslaughter for another.
A former New York resident is back in the state again, this time to face federal criminal charges after allegedly being connected to a drug distribution ring operating within the state. The drug charges involve allegations that he led a drug distribution ring that purportedly distributed steroids, oxycodone, and cocaine. At his arraignment hearing before a U.S. District Court judge in New York, he was ordered to be held without bail after the judge claimed he poses an imminent danger to the community.
With the increased presence of the Internet in the daily life of Syracuse residents and people all across New York, it isn't hard to imagine that law enforcement officials would dedicate a significant amount of resources to gather evidence against individuals for suspected cybercrimes.