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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REDUCED: POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

CHARGE: Possession of Child Pornography
RESULT: Four Years in Prison


In People v. B.T., the client was charged by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office with possessing and distributing child pornography. The client was facing 20 years in prison for possessing over 6,000 images of child pornography.

After enrolling his client in extensive therapy and fully cooperating with the authorities, Mr. Nobles negotiated a REDUCTION of the CHARGES and convinced the Judge to REDUCE the SENTENCE to only four years in prison.

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REDUCED: UNLAWFUL SPEED CONTEST, 100 IN A 35

REDUCED: UNLAWFUL SPEED CONTEST, 100 IN A 35

CHARGE: Unlawful Speed Contest and 100 in a 35
RESULT: REDUCED to a 54 in a 35

In People v. R.C., the client and two other individuals were charged with Unlawful Speed Contest and Speeding (100 mph in a 35) for racing down Ridge Road in Greece, NY around midnight.

After negotiating with the D.A. and the Judge, Mr. Nobles got the misdemeanor for racing dropped, the client pled to a 54 in a 35 and his license was saved as well.

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REDUCED: POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

REDUCED: POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

In People v. B.T., the client was charged by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office with possessing and distributing child pornography. The client was facing 20 years in prison for possessing over 6,000 images of child pornography.

After enrolling his client in extensive therapy and fully cooperating with the authorities, Mr. Nobles negotiated a REDUCTION OF THE CHARGES and convinced the Judge to REDUCE THE SENTENCE to only four years in prison.

 

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REDUCED: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2ND DEGREE

REDUCED: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2ND DEGREE

In People v. K.M., the client was in a house where a search warrant revealed cocaine and evidence of drug sales. The client was found fleeing the house when the police arrived.

Based on lack of criminal history, and proving that his client, who was on his lunch break, had just arrived at the house to visit a friend, Mr. Nobles convinced the D.A. to offer a REDUCED non-criminal disposition of Disorderly Conduct.

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REDUCED: ASSAULT 2ND

REDUCED: ASSAULT 2ND

In People v. M.C., the client was charged with assault for hitting someone over the head with a beer bottle in a bar fight. Because the client had a prior felony conviction, pleading guilty or being convicted would mean a mandatory state prison sentence.

Because Mr. Nobles discovered issues with the case, he was able to negotiate a REDUCED PLEA to assault 3rd degree, a misdemeanor, with NO JAIL OR PROBATION, and only $2,400 restitution.

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REDUCED: 2 PETIT LARCENIES

REDUCED: 2 PETIT LARCENIES

In People v. P.W., the client was charged with two Petit Larcenies for stealing from home improvement centers. The client also had an extensive criminal history and, if convicted, faced up to two years in Monroe County Jail.

Through negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the client entered a drug treatment program and was given a REDUCTION to two Disorderly Conducts with merely a $100 fine.

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DISMISSED 10 Out of 11 Charges

DISMISSED 10 Out of 11 Charges

In People v. R.D., the client was suffering from mental illness and was being routinely harassed by the local police department.

After two years of repeated court appearances fighting the case, the prosecution was finally convinced that most of the charges could not be proven or were procedurally defective. Ultimately, Mr. Nobles persuaded them to DISMISS 10 of the 11 charges, and REDUCE the last case to a misdemeanor with TIME SERVED (9 months).

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