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Viscosi Law is a law firm in New York that specializes in various legal areas. Their team of experienced attorneys has the legal expertise necessary to handle even the most complex legal issues. It is dedicated to providing its clients with the highest level of legal representation.

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Criminal defense is an area of law that focuses on representing individuals who are accused of committing crimes in New York. It is a complex area of law that requires extensive legal knowledge and experience to navigate. In New York, criminal defense cases can involve a wide range of charges, including:

  1. Misdemeanors: Less serious offenses, such as disorderly conduct, simple assault, or petty theft.
  2. Felonies: More serious offenses, such as murder, rape, or robbery.
  3. Drug offenses: Possession, sale, or trafficking of illegal drugs.
  4. DUI/DWI: Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  5. White-Collar Crimes: Fraud, embezzlement, or insider trading.

Criminal defense attorneys are dedicated to protecting their clients’ legal rights and interests throughout the legal process. They work closely with clients to understand their circumstances and develop effective legal strategies to achieve their case’s best possible outcome.

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Some of the services provided by criminal defense attorneys include:

  1. Legal Guidance: Attorneys can guide on the legal issues involved in your case and explain the potential consequences of your charges.
  2. Negotiation: Attorneys can negotiate with prosecutors to reduce charges, obtain plea deals, or reduce penalties.
  3. Trial Representation: Attorneys can represent you in court and fight for your legal rights and interests.
  4. Evidence Collection: Attorneys can collect and review evidence to build a strong defense and challenge the prosecution's case.
  5. Mitigation: Attorneys can present evidence of mitigating circumstances, such as mental illness or substance abuse, to reduce charges or penalties.