Your NYC Criminal Defense Lawyer

It's serious whenever you enter criminal court. Currently, the U.S. has the world's highest incarceration rate. The average prison sentence for felonies is 58 months, 10 months for misdemeanors. Choose an attorney carefully. Here is why we can provide effective, aggressive representation.

(1) Experience

When you've been arrested, it means the District Attorney is filing charges against you in court. This means that your case is actually the District Attorney's case against you. The outcome in your case will largely depend on whether your attorney can identify defects in the prosecutor's case or negotiate a favorable outcome with the prosecutor. As a former prosecutor at the Manhattan DA's Office, Mr. Fletcher knows the system and can easily spot critical mistakes in the case against you and your best strategy. For many of our clients, this has resulted in ways to avoid prison and ways to get the charges dismissed. Contact us today at 212-619-3900 for a free case evaluation.

(2) A Focus on Criminal Law

Never allow yourself to be represented by an inexperienced attorney. If an attorney handles other types of cases like family or personal injury cases, he or she may not have the experience or focus to obtain the best outcome in a criminal case.
Our firm is exclusively dedicated to criminal defense and Mr. Fletcher has successfully handled over one-thousand criminal cases.

(3) We are Available to Meet You

During the initial consultation, we sit with prospective clients to discuss case strategy, options at the arraignment (your first court appearance) and ways to accomplish their goals. We like questions and can easily answer the different concerns regarding what your rights are going forward and what could happen if your case goes to trial. Contact us today at 212-619-3900 for a free case evaluation. Your consultation is not only a chance to allow Mr. Fletcher to assess the facts of your case, but also an opportunity to see if you feel comfortable with us. Come in for a free and confidentialcase evaluation to discover why people repeatedly choose us.

(4) Hire someone who's had actual criminal trial experience

Most cases don't go to trial because the outcome of your case will largely depend on negotiations between your attorney and the District Attorney. These negotiations are, essentially, an argument about which side is more likely to win at trial. If your attorney has never had a trial, how will he or she know whether you could win at trial? Lance Fletcher has successfully tried numerous cases which gives him the ability to understand the merits of your case. This also helps us to effectively fight for the best outcome of your case, regardless of the charges. Contact us today at 212-619-3900 for a free case evaluation.

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