Whether you have been charged with a crime or expect to be charged, you need an experienced criminal attorney to defend your rights. As criminal lawyers, We have handled all types of criminal cases, including white collar crime, organized crime cases, violent crimes, and many other felony and misdemeanor cases.
We are admitted to practice law in Federal Courts, the United States Supreme Court, and the Second Court of Appeals. We have represented clients charged with Federal narcotics and drug trafficking, conspiracy, racketeering, witness tampering, and other Federal crimes.
As divorce attorneys and family court lawyer, We attempt to resolve complex and emotional issues quickly for our clients, but have the necessary skill set to prevail at trial, when necessary.
If you have a major civil litigation or breach of contract action, Our experience provides a litigation advantage to our clients.
Whether you are defending a win or attacking a loss, We have handled appeals in criminal, matrimonial, and civil law cases and work diligently to secure the best result.
We provide aggressive criminal defense for clients charged with white collar crimes, gang assaults, violent crimes, narcotic cases, organized crime indictments and many other felony and misdemeanor cases. In addition to being experienced criminal attorneys, We are fascinated by the protections the Constitution offers and work diligently to assert your rights.
If you are facing divorce, a custody fight, or disagreements regarding visitation, We have the skills and experience to represent clients effectively in divorce and family law cases. While most divorce cases can be resolved fairly through application of the law, in some cases, one party takes an unreasonable position, which can drag out the process. As divorce lawyers, We take a direct approach to resolve issues, help you make sound decisions, and always work with your best interests at heart.
We have argued and prosecuted appeals in New York State, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.