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The Criminal Prosecution Bureau has lawyers located throughout the State of New York. This agency is responsible for investigating and prosecuting a broad range of criminal offenses that are brought forth the by the New York Attorney General. The New York State Attorney General has the power to prosecute crimes that surface from an investigation. One example may include the New York State Attorney General’s independent criminal jurisdiction to press charges on those who commit fraud in sale of securities. The New York Attorney General works with a wide range of agencies to ensure investigations are carried out under the requirements of the law.

It is important to keep in mind that the New York City Police Department as well as local police departments are not the only law enforcement offices that have the authority to carry court criminal investigations. In addition, there are other federal, state, and local agencies that have the power to investigate certain crimes in New York, which may include:
The Office of the New York State Inspector General (OIG)
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
The New York State Police
The New York City Department of Investigation (DOI)
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
The Office of the State Attorney General (OAG)
The Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG)
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
The Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Inspector General

These are only a few of the federal, state, and local agencies that have the authority to conduct investigations that involve criminal activity. There are some agencies that solely focus on conducting investigations on specific offenses, and there are other agencies that have a broader range when it comes to investigating alleged criminal activity. If an individual is under an investigation by one of these agencies, it can lead to serious consequences, so it is best to contacts a skilled New York City criminal defense attorney who can provide you with guidance.

The New York State Attorney General has the authority to head these investigations, and the New York State Attorney General has dual-authority, which means that he or she can lead an investigation and prosecute if charges arise from the findings of the investigation. There are many individuals in New York who choose to wait and see what comes of the investigation in hopes the New York State Attorney General will not file charges. However, this is a mistake. The New York State Attorney General is involved with investigations that have serious penalties if it results in a criminal charge, so it is vital that those who are under an investigation by the New York State Attorney General contact a skilled criminal defense attorney.

What are the Benefits of Obtaining a Criminal Defense Attorney?
There are many advantages of hiring a criminal defense attorney when you are subject to an investigation that the New York State Attorney General is involved with, which can include helping you build a defensive strategy that an mitigate the charges and penalties.

It is vital that if you are under an investigation by the New York State Attorney General, you should always wait to speak with investigators until your defense attorney is at your side. When you are subject to an investigation and talk with investigators, you are at risk of incriminating yourself. It is important to remember that you have the right to refuse to answer any investigator or police questions.You can significantly harm your case if you attempt to offer an explanation (even if it’s true). Sadly, in New York, there are many individuals who choose to provide investigators with elaborate information that ultimately hurts their chances of avoiding a charge.

If you hire a criminal defense lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected, the attorney can provide a buffer between you and investigators, start a counter-investigation to dispute the allegations, and make certain that you are aware of your rights. It is important to keep in mind that an investigator is the individual who will ask the New York State Attorney General to press charges or dismiss allegations. Having a criminal defense attorney at your side significantly increases the chances of a successful outcome.

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