New York City Criminal Law Attorney
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If you have been arrested or are under investigation by the police, it is important to understand what you are up against. While the law requires a fair trial and proof of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt you need to make sure that your rights are protected. A New York City criminal lawyer at Meirowitz & Wasserberg, LLP, can help you understand your rights.
New York Criminal Defense Lawyers
Clearly, facing criminal charges of any kind is a serious matter. For instance, a serious DWI can lead to steep financial penalties and incarceration — not to mention the practical issues of having your license suspended and having to disclose your conviction to potential employers.
The attorneys at Meirowitz & Wasserberg have years of experience in criminal law. In fact, Samuel Meirowitz, a former assistant district attorney, has a unique perspective on handling criminal cases after having prosecuted hundreds of cases on behalf of the government.
Other Criminal Charges In NYC
In addition to DWIs, we handle individuals facing charges for all other types of crimes. Contact us today if you have been arrested or are being investigated for:
- Drug charges (possession, cultivation, manufacturing, trafficking, distribution)
- Fraud or embezzlement
- Identity theft
- Internet crimes
- White collar crimes
Any other alleged criminal activity
Representation For Victims Of False Arrest
At Meirowitz & Wasserberg, we also handle cases involving victims of false arrest. Under the law, the police must have “probable cause” to arrest you. If they do not — and they arrest you anyway — you may be a victim of false arrest. False arrest is a violation of state and federal law, including the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
False arrest lawsuits are brought in civil court, and if you were injured during the arrest may also involve claims for personal injury. We can help you understand your situation and pursue all available courses of action to hold the police accountable for their actions.
Know Your Rights – Speak With A New York Criminal Lawyer About Your Case