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Happy 2013, and welcome to galisonlaw.com law blog. Our mission: to scour the universe for compelling stories in several related areas: DWI law, criminal law and and traffic law. Current changes in these laws offer broad interpretations, encompassing such recent news as the Leandra’s Law, and Jack Shea's law which eases restrictions on collecting blood in intoxication cases. We’ll write about industry news and legal trends, with a sprinkle of good old-fashioned gossip.

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A few brief words about me. I regularly appear in the Nassau County Criminal Courts and have been quoted in Newsday. I have appeared on a television new broadcasts with respect to a dog bite attack in which I established a charitable fund for the juvenile victim. I have been a guest commentator on AM radio having been asked to talk about DWI / DUI laws and enforcement. Case decisions upon which I was the lead defense attorney have been published in the New York Law Journal. Along with my ruminations, this blog will include bits and bites from articles in the the New York Law Journal and Legal Newswires. Email me at david@galisonlaw.com

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Changing Gun Laws In New York - St. John's University School of Law - David Galison Forum Panelist

I was recently asked to speak at the St. John's University School of Law, Frank S. Polestino Trial Advocacy Institute, in connection with the J. Walter McKenna Forum on Changing Gun Laws in New York: Prevention Versus Protection.

The event was hosted by Corrine Fisk and co-paneled by Nicholas Scotti of the New York City Police Department and by Francesco Catarisano, Esq., a Bureau Chief in the Queens County District Attorney's Office. 

My fellow panelists were extremely knowledgeable about the gun laws in the state of New York and the night provided for an excellent discussion regarding the current gun laws in effect and what impact if any would be achieved by further revisions. It was a pleasure being placed on the panel with both Mr. Scotti and Mr. Catarisano both of whom were excellent speakers and shared many insights and personal experiences.

I thoroughly enjoyed the forum and would like to thank St. John's University School of Law for inviting me to speak. Many people know that my office handles traffic violations such as speeding tickets and DWI cases, but most are unaware of the fact that I handle felony gun charges as well. At law office of David Galison, P.C., all criminal charges both felony and misdemeanors are rigorously defended. A more detailed understanding of the areas of my practice can be found at; CriminalAttorneyNassauCounty.com or at TrafficTicketAndCriminalDefense.com

David Galison



1 comment:

  1. Thank you for all the info! I think changing the gun laws would help a lot, do a lot of lawyers in St. John's have the same views as you?

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