Our results speak for themselves.
The Scenario: A family court judge had sentenced a 12-year-old boy to the maximum term for a juvenile felony offender: 18 months’ in “juvi.” That’s when his parents hired us. The Results: First, we successfully moved to “stay” (suspend) the sentence pending appeal, and got the boy released to his
The Scenario: Our client was arrested for narcotics conspiracy in federal court in New York. The Results: We convinced the U.S. Attorney that its case was weak. The U.S. Attorney dismissed all charges. Our client was able to return to work without any record.
The Scenario: Our client had downloaded illegal pornography off the web, confessed to federal authorities without a lawyer, and voluntarily turned over this evidence to them. He faced a mandatory minimum of 5 years in prison. That’s when he hired us. The Results (Federal Court): We persuaded the U.S. Attorney
The Scenario: The federal government seized our client’s bank accounts claiming that his business had links with a terrorist group. The Results: Through months of hard negotiation, we settled the matter favorably for our client after we convinced the federal government to release his accounts without our client admitting any
The Scenario: A medical professional defrauded New York State, receiving payments of over $150,000 for services he did not provide. He and a relative were under investigation by the New York State Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. The Results: We negotiated the medical professional’s plea down to a misdemeanor
The Scenario: While a college student, a prominent doctor pleaded guilty to aggravated harassment – without a lawyer. 14 years later, this conviction prevented him from obtaining a prestigious fellowship. The Results: We successfully moved to vacate his conviction, and got the matter dismissed. Our client got his fellowship, and
The Scenario: Prosecutors accused our client of leading a drug ring that sold ecstasy in NYC nightclubs. He faced up to 40 years in prison. The Results: We were able to get him six months in a light correctional program for low-level drug offenders without cooperation. He completed the program, and