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New York City Criminal Defense Lawyer

Representing Defendants in all Five NYC Boroughs

If you have been arrested and charged with any type of criminal offense, it is imperative that you seek counsel from a legal professional. A New York City criminal defense attorney at Musa-Obregon & Associates may be able to offer the guidance and information you need. The firm is led by a former prosecutor who served as an Assistant District Attorney, offering advanced defense against criminal charges in state, federal and juvenile court. The attorneys at the firm have more than five decades of combined experience to handle your case.

At any stage in a criminal case, even if you have not yet been arrested, you may find invaluable guidance from a skilled criminal lawyer. The firm provides representation to clients from all walks of life and ethnicities, offering services in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, French, Haitian Creole, Slovakian and several Nigerian languages. Do not hesitate to contact the firm, or continue reading for helpful information about criminal charges in New York.

Criminal Defense Information Center

Being accused of a crime is a life-changing event. Your freedom may be on the line, and the decisions you make at this point may have a direct impact on whether you are convicted or go free. Learning more about your charges and the steps a criminal attorney can take to protect your rights can help you prepare for what's to come. For more information, please review the brief descriptions below or click on a topic to review content dedicated to that specific subject:

Appeals
You've been convicted and now you don't know where to turn. In some cases, a conviction is inevitable and unavoidable. Perhaps the jury was less than ideal, perhaps evidence was admitted that should have been dismissed. Perhaps your first lawyer just wasn't up to the job. Regardless of what happened, you should have a second chance. Filing an appeal is complex, but not impossible, and could help you to fight for a more desirable outcome.

Domestic Violence
Violence that occurs between spouses, people in a romantic relationship, family members or people who live together may be considered domestic violence. These cases are given particular attention by law enforcement and prosecutors alike, and harsh penalties may be enforced if one is convicted. Challenging domestic violence charges requires a defense lawyer who understands the unique issues that will come into play.

DUI
A main focus of many law enforcement officers is punishing those who drive while under the influence of either alcohol or drugs. Whether you have multiple DUIs on your record, this is your first offense or even if you have been charged with a felony DUI, you can be confident knowing that this legal team will be there every step of the way to help you protect your rights.

Drug Crimes
Criminal offenses involving controlled substances, from possession to sales, distribution or manufacturing, are taken extremely seriously by the law. If you have been criminally charged or if you have reason to believe that you are under investigation, it is highly encouraged that you do not hesitate to get the involvement of a knowledgeable attorney that you can rely upon.

Expungement
One of the worst parts about receiving a criminal conviction is not the short-term criminal penalties, but rather, the permanent blemish on your criminal record. Having a public record that shows your conviction can cause not only problems in your personal relationships, but in your career as well. An expungement is not an option for everyone but it could be the answer that you need to find a clean slate once more.

Federal Crimes
Crimes that involve crossed state lines, such as drug trafficking, or offenses against the federal government, such as mail fraud, may be tried at a federal level. Federal crimes are often more serious than those handled at a state level and may involve extreme penalties. Due to the complexity of these cases and the fact that they are handled in an independent court system, you need a lawyer who is experienced with these specific cases.

Internet Crimes
With the advent of technology into the lives of the average citizen, it is no surprise that crimes have also found their place on the internet. If you have been criminally charged, it is in your best interests to get the involvement of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney that you can trust to help deal with the technological aspect of these crimes.

Juvenile Crimes
The juvenile court system works completely differently than the system for their adult counterparts. For this reason, it is important that you have a lawyer on your side that will be able to navigate through the steps and be able to effectively defend your child's best interests. At Musa-Obregon, the associates know how daunting it can be to deal with something of this nature and are prepared to do everything that they can to get the charges dismissed, the penalties reduced or rehabilitation instead of punishment.

Probation Violations
In many criminal cases, one of the most common penalties to be slapped upon a criminal will be that of probation. While this is often given in lieu of incarceration, it does not mean that incarceration is out of the question. Should you be accused of violating the terms of your probation, you could face additional penalties - including a jail or prison sentence.

Sex Crimes
Offenses involving sex are heavily stigmatized; it is therefore no surprise to learn that crimes such as rape, sex with a minor and sexual abuse carry some of the harshest penalties allowed. It is also important to realize that these are crimes that could require the defendant to officially register as a sex offender for life.

Theft Crimes
Taking of property that does not belong to you is generally categorized under the umbrella term of "theft." Theft crimes may include various non-violent and violent offenses that involve taking property: shoplifting, burglary, robbery, armed robbery and carjacking.

Violent Crimes
Criminal offenses that incorporate the element of violence are nothing to take lightly. No matter whether this involves assault, domestic violence or homicide (such as murder or manslaughter), the penalties associated with these types of crimes will have serious repercussions and serious life-long effects. The associates at this firm know what you are facing and are fully dedicated to ensuring that all of your legal rights are fully protected.

Warrants
Dealing with an outstanding warrant is not an easy situation and is not something that should be handled alone. If you find that a warrant, such as a bench warrant, has been released in your name, it is highly encouraged that you do not hesitate to consult with an experienced lawyer that you can trust. They know the process involving warrants and will be able to help you address this matter immediately.

White Collar Crimes
Not every crime needs to include violence for it to be a serious offense. Some crimes, such as conspiracy and fraud, do not include violence at all, but rather are associated with finance, business and professional settings. These are typically classified as white collar crimes and are a prime target of federal investigators and prosecutors.

Get Experienced Help from a NYC Criminal Defense Attorney

The firm provides high quality, aggressive criminal defense against all types of charges. If you have been accused of any offense in the state, the penalties can be very extensive, including jail or prison time, expensive fines, license suspension and other serious penalties. If you need quality legal representation, they have the experience and ability to seek out the best options to defend against the case and will do all that they can to pursue a favorable outcome in your case. The lead attorney from the firm, Attorney Michael Musa-Obregon, is a former New York City prosecutor, giving him deep insight into every aspect of the criminal justice system and how best to navigate for you in the defense of your case. Contact the firm today.

Musa-Obregon & Associates - New York City Criminal Defense Attorney
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