Specific to the state of New York, this book has taken on the monumental task of explaining what the criminal statutes mean. The first of its kind, it contains every statute found in the New York penal code and every New York motor vehicle statute, all in complete verbatim text. Chapters are accompanied by illustrative stories and practical application sections that draw readers in and help them apply statutes to realistic situations. Its goal is to decipher each New York statute ineasy-to-understand terms—discussing what the statutes mean, how one charges under them, the differences among them and the elements of the offenses. Verbatim printing of statutes found in the New York penal code as well as every New York motor vehicle statute. Gives professionals the ability to read the actual language found in the New York penal code and the New York motor vehicle statutes. Provides one convenient source to reference the criminal statutes enacted in the state of New York. Deciphers each statute ineasy-to-understand terms, discussing what the statutes mean, how one charges under them, the differences among them and the elements of the offenses. Tackles the substantive statutes defining felonies and misdemeanors and also explains many related statutes such as defenses and general provisions. Provide interesting, illustrative stories which depict the types of felonies and misdemeanors found in the chapters that follow. Makes the law easier to remember and easier to understand. New York State law students, police academies, law enforcement professionals, lawyers and judges.
- Freedom + Security / Law Enforcement
- Criminal Procedure, Jurisprudence, Criminal Law / General
- April 15, 2008
- April 15, 2008
- Heather Byrne, Kenneth Del Vecchio, Mohamed H. Nabulsi