Yonkers Criminal Defense Lawyer
Criminal Attorney Representing Clients in Yonkers, New York
If you have been arrested or accused of any criminal offense, or if you are currently being investigated for a crime, your freedom, your reputation and your future may be in jeopardy. Yonkers criminal defense attorneys Andrew Proto and David Sachs are available meet with you in person to go over the specifics and facts of your case, discuss your options and explain how your charges may be challenged to avoid a criminal conviction.
The lawyers at the firm have years of experience and proven resources to skillfully handle all types of criminal cases, including:
Having a Yonkers criminal defense lawyer by your side in and outside of court as soon as possible is critically important. Even if you have not yet been arrested or formally charged, but are the subject of a criminal investigation, the highly experienced Yonkers criminal defense lawyers of Proto, Sachs & Brown, LLP will work to protect your rights and make sure that your interests are not compromised.
You can trust our legal guidance. We have authored several National Bestselling books on criminal defense and DUI defense!
Some of your rights will need immediate protection; some within hours or days of your arrest. These rights include arguing for a reasonable bail at a bail hearing, or challenging the prosecutor and forcing the District Attorney to present evidence at a preliminary hearing. These are crucial events that may affect how your criminal charges are defended and possibly the final outcome of your case.
Your Right to Remain Silent – Speak Only with Your Lawyer
Unfortunately, many people who have been arrested and are charged with a crime make the mistake of believing that they can "talk their way out" of an arrest by explaining their side of things to the police. What is often forgotten is that it is the job of the police to investigate crimes and arrest people who they believe have broken the law. In other words, it is not their job to "work things out" for you, nor are they looking to befriend you. If the police are investigating you for a crime and they are questioning you about that crime, they are doing so because they believe you committed a crime and they want gather information against you prior to making an arrest.
Under the laws of New York State, you have the right to remain silent.
Even in situations where it may be obvious to you that you did nothing wrong, you have to remember that the police are looking to make an arrest and that they may see things differently from you. Our legal team has successfully represented countless people who were arrested despite their innocence only to have the criminal charges dismissed later or even acquitted after a trial.
Instead of speaking with the police and possibly making things worse, exercise your right to remain silent, and then contact our firm to build a case in your defense!
Get the Help You Need by Calling (914) 840-5104
A misdemeanor or felony conviction may seriously impact your life in general, and could certainly affect your ability to find a job, go to school and even vote. When filling out a job application, applying for loan or even seeking to rent an apartment, a criminal conviction will show up. Ensure that you are properly represented and defended by having a dedicated and skilled Yonkers criminal defense lawyer with you at every step along the way. We can protect your rights at the Yonkers City Court. The court is located at 100 South Broadway, Yonkers, NY 10701. They can be reached at (914) 831-6450. The court is open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Contact the Yonkers criminal defense attorneys of Proto, Sachs & Brown, LLP. Free and immediate consultations are available.
Why Hire Our Firm?Aggressive & Successful Defense
Selection for Super Lawyers® (top 5% of New York attorneys)
Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Family Law and Criminal Defense
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Co-Authored National Bestsellers on DWI & Criminal Defense
Experience & Perspective
65+ years of combined experience, including criminal prosecution