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NY v JG - January, 2014, Manhattan Criminal Court. Client charged with violating VTL 1192.4, Operating a Motor Vehicle While Impaired by Drugs, an Unclassified Misdemeanor.CASE DISMISSED.

NY v RJ - November, 2013, Manhattan Criminal Court. Client charged with PL 130.52 Forcible Touching and PL 130.55 Sexual Abuse in the Third Degree. For purposes of trial, the Government decided to "reduce" and only try RJ on the lower count, Sexual Abuse in the Third Degree, so that they could have a bench trial (judge only, no jury). Following a trial that lasted one hour and forty five minutes, which included two Government witnesses, RJ testifying on his own behalf & opening and closing statements, the Judge rendered a verdict: NOT GUILTY, Client Acquitted. Following his acquittal, a Civil Suit has been filed in the Southern District of NY alleging false arrest and other causes of action. $300,000.00 has been demanded.

NY v OM - July, 2013, Brooklyn Criminal Court: Client charged with violating PL 120.00(1) Assault in the Third Degree, PL 145.00(1) Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree; PL 260.10(1) Endangering the Welfare of a Child; PL 110-120.00(1) Attempted Assault in the Third Degree; PL 120.15 Menacing in the Third Degree, PL 240.26 Harassment in the Second Degree. CASE DISMISSED.

NY v ER - July, 2013, Brooklyn Supreme Court: Felony Jury Trial; Jury consisting of 9 women and 3 men; Charges include PL121.12 Strangulation in the Second Degree, a Class D Violent Felony which is a Hate Crime Specified Offense; PL 121.11(a) and (b) Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation; PL 120 Assault in the Third Degree (misdemeanor assault); PL 240.26 Harassment in the Second Degree (a violation and not a crime). Following one day of jury selection, two and one half days of testimony and two days of jury deliberations, Client was Acquitted of Strangulation Second Degree, Acquitted on two counts of Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation, but found guilty of misdemeanor assault and harassment violation.

NY v JR - 2013, Brooklyn Supreme Court: Client charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon 2nd Degree, Menacing in the 2nd Degree, Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 4th Degree, Menacing in the 3rd Degree & Harassment in the 2nd Degree. CASE DISMISSED.

NY v DE- 2013, Brooklyn Criminal Court: Client charged with Criminal Mischief in the 4th Degree. CASE DISMISSED.

NY v KM - 2013, Brooklyn Criminal Court: Client charged with Domestic Violence; Assault with Intent to Cause Physical Injury, Menacing 3rd Degree, Attempted Assault with Intent to Cause Physical Injury, Harassment 2nd Degree. CASE DISMISSED.

NY v. XX - 2012, Bronx Supreme Court: Client charged with Attempted Murder. Disposition reached whereby client received Y.O. adjudication, CASES Program and 5 years probation. No prison, no criminal record.

NY v. DM - 2011, Kings County Supreme Court: Client charged with Robbery 1st Degree, PL 160.15, Burglary, PL 140.25 and various other felony charges stemming from an alleged gunpoint home invasion robbery. CASE DISMISSED. 

NY v. LL - 2010, Kings County Criminal Court: Client charged with DWAI, VTL 1192.1; DWI (Common Law), VTL 1192.3; VTL 1160(a) & VTL 1163(a). Following a trial in Brooklyn Criminal Court, Kings County, client found NOT GUILTY and Acquitted on all charges

NY v. CF - Client charged with Forcible TouchingAssault with Intent to Cause Physical Injury, and various other charges. If found guilty of Forcible Touching, a sex crime, client faced up to a year in jail; client would have been required to register as a sex offender pursuant to SORA, the Sex Offender Registration Act; and such registration would have been disseminated to the client's surrounding community, and the general public. After protracted discussions with the handling ADA, and after carefully reviewing the complainant's hospital records, the state offered a plea bargain. My client pled guilty to violating Penal Law Section 240.20, a violation and not a crime; no jail; no probation and no SORA registration required.

NY v. PS - Client charged with 2nd DWI in a five year period, an indictable felony offense, which could result in a prison sentence. Following heated discussions with the assigned ADA, there was no felony indictment; no jail sentence; and no probation.

NY v. ER- Client charged in a Domestic Violence Case with Menacing in the 3 rd Degree and Harassment in the 2 nd Degree. The complaining witness/victim was a minor and was cooperating with the Prosecutor. Pre-trial disposition obtained: ACD-Adjourned in Contemplation of Dismissal. 

NY v. TS - Client was charged with Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree, a Class D Felony; Forgery in the 2nd Degree, also a Felony and various other charges stemming from an alleged credit card and banking fraud. After prolonged, and often heated discussions with the Assistant District Attorney assigned to the case,CASE DISMISSED

NY v. AJ - Client was charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon, 4th Degree, PL265.01; Menacing in the Third Degree, PL120.15; and various other charges. CASE DISMISSED. 

NY v. LW - Client was charged with Menacing in the 3rd Degree, a misdemeanor and Harassment in the Second Degree. CASE DISMISSED.

*Prior Results Do Not Guarantee a Similar Outcome


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