Written by attorney James Edward Monroe

The Timing of an Exclusion Offense is Critical to Your Motion for Resentencing

Persons who were convicted of a class B felony drug offense before 2005 and were given an indeterminate sentence may apply to be resentenced to a lesser determinate sentence, provided they meet the eligibility criteria for resentencing under New York Criminal Procedure Law 440.46.

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For help determining your eligibility for resentencing for a class B drug felony, and for assistance preparing, filing and arguing your motion with the court, call a dedicated and experienced trial attorney in New York today.

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