Criminal Law in New York, 4th--Ch 30.--Offenses Against the Right to Privacy


This is a chapter excerpt from Criminal Law in New York 4th ( ), authored by Nicole Black, Karen Morris, and Gary Muldoon.

The treatise provides a comprehensive presentation of New York Penal Law and includes an extensive overview of New York criminal law and practice, addressing subjects ranging from homicide, controlled substances, dangerous weapons, sexual offenses, and victim restitution, to fraud, bribery, computer-related offenses, and tampering with consumer products. It provides practice-oriented insights from experienced New York practitioners, offering a contemporary examination of the substantive crimes as defined under the Penal Law and includes expert analysis of each crime, providing appropriate references to statutory authority and case authority.

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