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Areas of Practice

Criminal Defense

Federal Crimes

If you have been charged with a federal crime, or are either the subject or a witness in a federal investigation, it is essential to have legal representation. There are significant differences between federal and state prosecutions. For this reason,… Read More

State Crimes

Depending on the nature of a crime, charges may be brought under state law, under federal law, or sometimes both. However, most criminal matters are charged and prosecuted under state law, with charges being brought by the district attorney for the c… Read More

DWI & Vehicle-Related Crimes

Most people who have been charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) or other vehicle-related crimes in New York never intended to break the law or to harm anyone. Unfortunately, an episode of poor judgment or even a moment’s inattention can… Read More

White-Collar Crimes

“White-collar crime” refers to non-violent crime with a financial motivation, usually committed by professionals working in business or government. White-collar criminal activities are often wide-ranging and complex, and may victimize large numbe… Read More

Other Practice Areas

Civil Rights

As a general rule, police officers have broad powers in carrying out their law enforcement duties. However, those powers are not limitless. The fact that someone is suspected of or charged with a crime does not make it acceptable to violate his or he… Read More

Personal Injury

Personal injury law encompasses a variety of situations in which people are injured due to the negligent, reckless, or intentional conduct of others. A sudden injury can turn your life upside down, causing severe pain and affecting your ability to wo… Read More

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