Criminal Law

You have been arrested because a police officer believe you committed a violation, misdemeanor, or a felony. 

If you are not a US citizen, your criminal charges may have immigration consequences.


Most common misdemeanors are DWI, Assault in the Third Degree, Petit Larceny
(shoplifting), marijuana or drug possession. If you have been charged with a misdemeanor
you may easily resolve your case. But be careful.  It is useful to have the assistance of an
experienced New York City criminal lawyer to make sure the case is resolved for your best
interest and without immigration repercussions.
Other common misdemeanors we handle include criminal possession weapon in the fourth degree, theft of services, suspended license, criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a child, and domestic violence accusations.


If you are charged with a felony like robbery, burglary, felony assault, criminal sale of a controlled substance third degree, or felony weapons charges, you need the assistance of an experienced New York Criminal attorney. Your charges may be reduced to a misdemeanor conviction. The sooner you seek legal advice the higher your changes of success.

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We serve the following localities: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.

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