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The U.S. state. For questions pertaining only to the city use the new-york-city tag.

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According to New York law ELN § 17-142: Except as allowed by law, any person who directly or indirectly, by himself or through any other person: 1. Pays, lends or contributes, or offers or pr …
answered Mar 25 '18 by D M
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Maybe I'm reading Walsh wrong, but it seems to me to be saying that Stout might apply in some cases, but it doesn't in that specific case. I think you are indeed reading it wrong. In the Walsh …
answered Dec 3 '17 by D M
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Yes, the statute of limitations in New York can toll if a person is out of state for a long period of time. See CVP § 207. Defendant's absence from state or residence under false name: If, when a …
answered Jan 15 '18 by D M
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Implied consent does NOT rest upon the acquiring of a license. (Otherwise, someone who never had a license would be immune.) Rather, it is triggered by driving in the state. According to the Suprem …
answered Mar 15 '18 by D M