Buffalo, New York: Misdemeanor and Felony Charges Lawyer
If you are being investigated for, or have been arrested and charged with, a serious criminal offense anywhere in Western New York, the Law Office of Patrick M. Noe, Jr. in Williamsville wants to speak with you. Our experienced DWI attorney and skilled criminal defense lawyer has a track record of successfully defending the wrongly accused, and we can help you, too.
Our attorney explores every nuance in a criminal case, questions every police procedure, pursues every available advantage, researches, re-enacts and investigates thoroughly — all with the goal of achieving the best possible outcome. In short, we carefully manage the criminal cases we accept to produce a timely and positive resolution. We want your reputation restored, and we want to see you reunited with your family, if you are currently in jail.
Contact us in Williamsville or Amherst immediately to set up your free initial consultation, so we can hear the details of your criminal case, whether the charge is a felony or misdemeanor.
Being charged with a crime is a serious matter. Consequences can include jail or imprisonment, mandatory treatment, fines, and probation. They can additionally involve the loss of important rights and privileges. This is why you need to consult with us today, if you have been charged with any of the following:
- Family violence
- Drug possession
- Drug dealing
- Drunk driving/DWI
- Theft or grand larceny
- Menacing or stalking
We will provide you with strong representation concerning all aspects of your criminal litigation, and help you make informed choices that are in your best interests. Great care must be taken in formulating pretrial phase strategy. We place special emphasis on all discovery material handed over by the prosecutor and evaluations of any postarrest statements made by the accused as well as any witnesses. If you are a college student, we will help you respond to any college disciplinary proceedings that arise from the criminal charges against you.
Misdemeanor offenses are less serious than a felony, and usually carry a penalty of one year or less in jail. In a misdemeanor case, the first appearance is called the arraignment. That is the date when formal charges are brought against the accused and the accused enters a plea. If the accused pleads not guilty, the case is scheduled for pretrial conference and then trial. At trial, the accused has the right to a trial by jury. A conviction requires all jurors to agree that the accused is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
If You Are Arrested in Erie County or Niagara County
Call the Law Office of Patrick M. Noe, Jr., in suburban Buffalo as soon as possible, and do not make any statement to the police. Our criminal defense and DWI attorney can evaluate the details of the charges against you, advise you of your rights, and begin the job of protecting your interests and helping you and your family through this difficult time.
It's a Toll-Free Call
Arrange your free initial consultation with felony and DWI attorney Patrick M. Noe, Jr., in Williamsville. Wherever you are in Western New York, we're available 24/7, so call us toll-free at 1-866-745-5168. We can also accept faxes and e-mails. Contact us online today. We want to hear about your current legal situation. We can help.