PROVEN RESULTS

Mr. Nobles and Mr. DeCarolis have each handled thousands of criminal cases, from violations to misdemeanors to felonies. Those listed here are only a sampling of their successes. 

Each case is unique and prior results do not necessarily guarantee a similar outcome.

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NOT GUILTY: ROBBERY 2ND DEGREE

In People v. D.J., the defendant was accused of robbing a person on the street. The alleged victim testified at trial that his credit card was stolen and not returned.

Anticipatin this testimony, Mr. DeCarolis was prepared with extensive proof that the credit card had actually been used by the accuser on numerous occasions after the alleged robbery. With the Prosecution's main witness' credibility destroyed, the Judge rendered a NOT GUILTY verdict at the conclusion of the bench trial.

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NOT GUILTY: RAPE 1ST DEGREE

In People v. J.E., the defendant was accused of having unwanted sex with a woman. J.E. maintained that it was consensual sex.

A vigorous defense including the defendant's testimony was presented by Mr. DeCarolis at trial. The proof presented by the defense was so overwhelming that the jury swiftly returned a NOT GUILTY verdict after only 10 minutes of deliberations.

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NOT GUILTY: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON 2ND DEGREE AND KIDNAPPING 2ND DEGREE

In People v. M.H., the defendant was accused of participating in a gunpoint kidnapping with a co-defendant. The co-defendant admitted his role in the act and received a lengthy prison term. M.H. maintained his innocence and went to trial.

At trial, Mr. DeCarolis called the victim of the kidnapping to the stand as a defense witness to testify that M.H. was not involved in the criminal acts and just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. The jury quickly returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY.

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NOT GUILTY: DWI

NOT GUILTY: DWI

In People v. J.S., the defendant was accused of driving while intoxicated based on a breath alcohol content of 0.13. This was well over the legal limit of 0.08. 

Mr. DeCarolis took this case to trial and the jury found J.S. NOT GUILTY of the misdemeanor DWI, and instead only convicted the defendant of the violation of DWAI. This distinction spared J.S. from a far more severe punishment and also avoided a criminal record (a DWAI is a non-criminal offense).

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NOT GUILTY: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON 2ND DEGREE

In People v. J.W., the client was charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 2nd Degree after a shooting on Dewey Avenue. Two witnessess testified that the gun used in the shooting was owned and provided by the defendant. 

After a thorough background investigation into the witnessess, Mr. Nobles destroyed their credibility at trial and exposed the truth that the witnessess were lying to protect themselves. The jury found J.W. NOT GUILTY after only 24 minutes of deliberation.

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NOT GUILTY: CRIMINAL SALE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 3RD DEGREE

In People v. S.H., the defendant was accused of selling cocaine out of his car to an undercover New York State Trooper. An eighteen year veteran of the Narcotics Division identified the defendant as the individual from whom he had purchased the drugs.

Despite the Trooper's seemingly compelling testimony, Mr. DeCarolis' meticulous cross-examination highlighted numerous inconsistencies in the identification, and ultimately the jury found S.H. NOT GUILTY after barely an hour of deliberation.

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NOT GUILTY: ATTEMPTED BURGLARY 3RD, CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY

CHARGE: Attempted Burglary 3rd, Attempted Criminal Possession of Stolen Property
RESULT: NOT GUILTY of ALL CHARGES


In People v. M.A., the client was charged along with 13 other defendants in an alleged conspiracy to obtain, possess and distribute stolen property.

The main witness against the client was her drug-addicted former boyfriend who had a long history of criminal convictions and lying to get himself out of trouble. The prosecution also presented several recorded phone calls between the two of them. Nevertheless, after a four-day trial, M.A. was found NOT GUILTY of all charges.

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NOT GUILTY: ATTEMPTED BURGLARY 3RD, ATTEMPTED CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY

In People v. M.A., the client was charged along with 13 other defendants in an alleged conspiracy to obtain, possess and distribute stolen property. The main witness against the client was her drug-addicted former boyfriend who had a long history of criminal convictions and lying to get himself out of trouble. The prosecution also presented several recorded phone calls between the two of them. 

Nevertheless, after a four-day trial, M.A. was found NOT GUILTY OF ALL CHARGES.

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NOT GUILTY: ROBBERY 1ST, 2ND, KIDNAPPING 2ND, ASSAULT 2ND

In People v. R.R., the client was charged with setting up his long-time friend to be robbed, kidnapped and potentially killed.

When it came to trial, Mr. Nobles proved that the only evidence linking his client to the case was the testimony of the 'victim' who was an admitted long-time drug dealer with two prior felony convictions and another pending felony at the time of trial. Mr. Nobles systematically broke apart the victim's story and showed the jury he was lying.

After several hours of deliberation, the jury found the client NOT GUILTY of ALL COUNTS.

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NOT GUILTY: MURDER 2ND

CHARGE: Murder 2nd Degree
RESULT: NOT GUILTY


In People v. D.V., the client was charged with Murder 2nd Degree after stabbing a classmate five times during a fraternity party at the University of Rochester. He faced life in prison if convicted.

Mr. Nobles and Mr. DeCarolis were hired as a team on this case. After conducting an extensive investigation and interviewing over a dozen witnesses, it became clear that this was a case of self-defense. During the trial, several of the prosecution's own witnesses testified to the defense's theory of self-defense. After an eight-day bench trial, D.V. was found NOT GUILTY OF MURDER AND ALL LESSER INCLUDED OFFENSES.

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