Experienced New York Attorneys
Proto, Sachs & Brown, LLP takes pride in the fact that they have successfully protected and defended the legal rights of thousands of clients and in doing so, they have built a strong reputation throughout the court and legal community of New York State. We encourage you to contact our lawyers if you or someone you know needs help or has questions about any of our practice areas in which we focus as listed below.
Criminal Defense & Traffic Ticket Violations
Criminal defense: Our criminal defense attorneys regularly appear in the local, city, county and Federal courts defending the rights of people accused of felonies, misdemeanors and criminal violations throughout the states of New York and Connecticut.
Criminal defense areas include:
- Homicide, Murder, Manslaughter
- Weapons Crimes
- Gun Crimes
- Assault & Battery
- DWI / DWAI / DUI
- Traffic Misdemeanors
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Reckless Driving
- Leaving the Scene of An Incident
- Computer Crimes
- Criminal Appeals
- Drug Possession
- Narcotics & Drug Crimes
- Escort Service & Prostitution Related Offenses
- Probation & Parole Violations
- Vehicular Homicide
- Larceny & Grand Larceny
- Internet Offenses
- White Collar Crimes
- Identity Theft
- And Many Other State and Federal Criminal Defense Matters
The potential loss of freedom, civil rights and personal assets is a grave situation. It is important to hire an attorney as soon as you have been arrested or know you are under investigation.
Traffic Ticket Violations: Many people believe that you do not need a lawyer for traffic violations; however, in most instances it is not only necessary, but vital. Our firm has represented countless motorists and commercial truck drivers. Our experienced traffic ticket lawyers will fight the charges or negotiate a proper plea deal to reduce the charges, allowing you to keep your driving privileges and keep points from being placed on your record. In almost all cases, we can do this without you having to take time out of your schedule to appear in court.