In People v. E.B., the client was charged with Menacing a Police Officer. The client was confronted by members of law enforcement that responded to his home when he and his family were the victims of a crime.
The client, a New York state licensed and lawful pistol permit holder, removed his gun from his pants in response to a request from a police officer. The police officer reacted poorly to the simple follow through on his request and escalated an already difficult situation. Sadly Mr. DeCarolis’ client was charged with Menacing a Police Officer. Mr. DeCarolis and his client willingly appeared before a Grand Jury to share their side of the story, which the Grand Jury agreed with, as they NO BILLED the case and DISMISSED the charge.