As Many As One Million Armed New Yorkers Are About To Break The Law - Forbes

When I asked the New York State Police how many New York gun owners had registered the guns they own that now fit somewhere into the states expansive assault weapons category the state responded: New York State Police cannot release information related to the registration of assault weapons including the number of assault weapons registered. Those records you seek are derived from information collected for the State Police database and are, therefore, exempt from disclosure. This is the same dilemma Connecticut gun owners found themselves in at defense lawyer the end of 2013. As of December 31, 2013, according to Lt. J. Paul Vance of the Connecticut State Police ( CSP CSP criminal law ), the state had received 41,347 applications to register assault weapons and 36,932 applications to register high-capacity magazines.

Lawyer for bin Laden son-in-law pleads guilty to tax charges
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Cohen has also previously represented officials from the Palestinian Islamic group Hamas, members of an upstate New York Native American tribe accused of smuggling $700 million worth of cigarettes and liquor into Canada, and Mohamed Alessa, a Jordanian citizen living in New Jersey who was convicted in 2011 of plotting to join an armed Islamic group in Somalia to wage holy war against non-Muslims. The cases are United States of America v. Stanley L. Cohen, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, No. 13-cr-00979, and United States of America v.

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