Case Results

Equipment Violations Dismissed – Rye Town Court

We assisted a client charged with a traffic infraction for no/inadequate lights/lamps. These are violations of VTL 375(2)(a)(1), 375(2)(a)(3), 375(2)(a)(4). Upon a conviction, the motorist was facing:  0 points on your driving record  Up to $208 in fines  At least $58 in fines We were able to assist the motorist in getting his tickets dismissed. The…

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Speeding Ticket Reduced to Non-moving Violation in Rye City Court

We assisted a client with a VTL moving violation in Rye City Court. We appeared in Court, negotiated with the prosecutor and the matter was resolved with no driver penalty points for the client. “David was excellent and professional in helping me deal with my ticket, he answered all my questions and guided me through…

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Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree Dismissed

Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree under Penal Law 215.50(3) Result: Case Dismissed Case Summary: We recently represented a client who was facing charges of Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree under New York Penal Law 215.50(3). Given the serious implications of a conviction, including the possibility of jail time and a criminal record, our client was…

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Successful Dismissal of Cell Phone Ticket in Dover Town Court, Dutchess County NY

Case Background: Our client was issued a cell phone ticket while driving in Dover, Dutchess County, New York. A cell phone ticket can carry hefty fines and potentially 5 points on one’s driving record, leading to increased insurance premiums and potential driving penalties. Our Approach: Upon review of the initial ticket, we noticed a procedural…

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Traffic Ticket Dismissal in Columbia County, New York

Background: Our client received a traffic ticket from a Trooper in Columbia County for violating Vehicle & Traffic Law 1144-a(a) (the move over law). With our extensive experience in handling over 1,000 traffic tickets annually, our office maintains a detailed database of officers’ patterns in ticket issuance and court appearances. Strategy: Given our knowledge of this particular…

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Traffic Tickets Dismissed at the Mount Kisco Town Justice Court

CASE OVERVIEW: Client’s Origin: Louisiana Court: Mount Kisco Town Justice Court, New York Issue: Driving with an unauthorized trailer on a parkway; Trailer not registered in New York State. OUR APPROACH: Client’s Challenge: Our client, unfamiliar with the local regulations, faced charges for driving with an unauthorized trailer and lack of registration in New York State. Legal Strategy: Upon reviewing…

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Misdemeanor Menacing Charge Leads to Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal

In a recent case that underscores the importance of thorough investigation and strategic defense, our law firm represented a client facing a charge of misdemeanor menacing in New York. Given our client’s prior criminal history, the initial plea bargain offered by the prosecution included a guilty plea to the misdemeanor charge, the imposition of a…

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Case Results: Successful Acquittal in Non-jury Traffic Ticket Trial for Cell Phone Use While Driving

Case Summary: Our law firm recently secured a significant legal victory in the Canton Town Court of St. Lawrence County, NY, representing a client charged under Vehicle and Traffic Law (VTL) 1225-D for operating a motor vehicle while using a cell phone. In a meticulous non-jury trial, our team effectively contested the charges, resulting in…

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Successful Case Result: Charges Reduced; Client Avoids Lengthy Upstate Prison Sentence

We proudly announce a significant victory for our client, a 41-year-old female from Rochdale Village. Our client faced serious charges, including: Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the first and second degrees Five counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree Criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree…

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