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  • Attorney Bederow Featured on The Security Brief for John Giuca Defense Case

    || 16-Mar-2017

    The Security Brief is a popular daytime talk show that discusses some of the most intriguing and unique criminal cases, both former and current. One such case has been taken up by Attorney Mark A. Bederow – the John Giuca alleged murder case. Mr. Bederow was recently featured on The Security Brief to talk about some of the keynote aspects of this ongoing case and story. John Giuca Case John ...
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  • Manhattan Supreme Court Dismisses Perjury Charges for NYPD Detective

    || 27-Mar-2015

    16-year veteran of the NYPD, Detective Said Salim, saw his perjury charges dismissed on 24 March regarding his testimony concerning a drug bust back in 2009. Salim was charged with lying to a grand jury when he searched two suspects, claiming he had probable cause after witnessing a bag of drugs fall to the ground. The prosecution alleged Salim lied about the drugs to cover up his illegal search ...
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  • Only in New York: Jewelry as a "Weapon"?

    || 5-Jan-2015

    In one recent Manhattan case, a fashionable New York photographer was arrested for the very serious sounding crime of possession of a weapon with intent to use it unlawfully against another. The "weapon": a two-fingered ring with a flat and narrow metallic bar extended across the outside of the hand which was marketed, sold and worn exclusively by the photographer as a fashion accessory. ...
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  • The Overlooked Element of "Knowing" Criminal Possession of a Loaded Firearm

    || 5-Jan-2015

    New York has some of the most restrictive gun possession laws in the United States. It is one of a handful of jurisdictions which does not grant reciprocity to any other state's valid firearm licenses. New York Penal Law Section 260.00(15) defines a firearm as "loaded" even if it is unloaded, as long as the person in possession of an unloaded firearm is also in possession of ...
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  • Gun In Glove Box-NYC Jury Finds Florida Driver Not Guilty

    || 10-Nov-2014

    In February, Jonathan Ryan, a Florida landscaper, was acquitted in 30 minutes by a Manhattan jury of a weapons possession charge carrying a three-and-a-half year minimum prison term. Ryan, unfamiliar with New York traffic regulations, was stopped by police for making a right turn on a red light. When he complied with a police request for identification, he opened his glove box to retrieve his ...
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  • Embezzlement

    Represented bookkeeper investigated for theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars from employer. Client avoided criminal charges.

  • DWI Acquittal

    Client acquitted of DWI after trial in Bronx where she was pulled over for speeding and registered a.08% reading on a breathalyzer.

  • Dismissal of Murder Indictment

    Mid-trial dismissal of all murder charges brought by Brooklyn DA against a former FBI supervisor accused of providing a notorious Mafia informant classified information which he used to murder four people.

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