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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CASE DISMISSED: MENACING 2ND DEGREE

In People v. J.R., the defendant was accused of menacing another person who had unlawfully entered his property with bad intentions. J.R. was acting prudently and responsibly and was simple following the instructions of the 911 operator when he displayed but did not discharge his legally-owned shotgun. Despite the lawfulness of his actions, J.R. was charged with menacing.

Mr. DeCarolis presented these facts and circumstances as well as the justifiable actions of his client and the Judge moved to DISMISS THE CASE IN THE INTEREST OF JUSTICE.

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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY 3RD

In People v. S.D., the defendant was accused of possessing two stolen ATVs. S.D. maintained that he lawfully purchased the ATVs on CraigsList and had no reason to suspect the items were stolen.

Mr. DeCarolis established a compelling amount of evidence to support these claims. The evidence was ultimately put in front of the Grand Jury which found there was insufficient proof to charge S.D. with a crime. The Grand Jury DISMISSED ALL OF THE CHARGES.

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CASE DISMISSED: CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH DEGREE

In People v. L.D., the defendant was accused of causing damage to another person's car. 

A thorough investigation commenced by Mr. DeCarolis revealed video footage of L.D. more than ten miles from the scene of the crime at the exact time the accuser claimed L.D. broke her car windows. A copy of the video was quickly provided to the District Attorney's Office and the CHARGES WERE DISMISSED at the first court appearance.

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CASE DISMISSED PRIOR TO TRIAL: RAPE 1ST DEGREE

In People v. S.J., the defendant was accused of raping a woman and faced up to 25 years in prison if convicted.

Mr. DeCarolis was hired at a late stage just prior to trial, however he immediately conducted an extensive and vigorous investigation of the accuser. It was revealed that this was the fourth time the accuser had made rape allegations against someone and that the three prior instances had all been false. Mr. DeCarolis presented this compelling information to the District Attorney's Office and they quickly DROPPED ALL CHARGES against S.J. on the eve of the trial.

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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: MURDER 2ND DEGREE

In People v. J.S., the client was accused of intentionally killing an individual with a handgun. Upon investigation it was quickly revealed that this was a clear case of justification as J.S. was acting in self-defense when he shot the gun.

Mr. DeCarolis assisted in preparing J.S. to testify before the Grand Jury. Ultimately the Grand Jury declined to pursue homicide charges of any kind against the defendant. The homicide charge was dismissed less than 2 weeks after J.S. was originally charged.

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CASE DISMISSED: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2ND

CHARGE: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 2nd Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED


In People v. B.B., the client and his wife were charged with cocaine possession after a search warrant was executed at their home. During the search, Rochester Police found a quantity of cocaine and evidence of drug transactions taking place at this location.

After an extensive review of the documentation in the case, Mr. Nobles found that his client's Constitutional rights had been violated in several ways based on illegal activity by the police. Mr. Nobles filed a 43-page motion with several exhibits outlining the illegal actions taken by the police and how these actions invalidated the warrant.

Ultimately the Judge ruled that the warrant was invalid, released B.B. from custody and DISMISSED THE CASE.

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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: MANSLAUGHTER 1ST

CHARGE: Manslaughter 1st Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY


In People v. P.K., the client was charged with Manslaughter 1st Degree after stabbing another man at his girlfriend's house. He faced 25 years in prison if convicted.

After launching his own investigation, it became clear to Mr. Nobles that this was a valid case of self-defense. After extensive preparation, P.K. testified before the Monroe County Grand Jury for over two hours, including a lengthy cross-examination by the Assistant District Attorney.

After due deliberation, the Grand Jury declined to indict the client on Manslaughter or any other lesser charge. Ultimately, the CASE WAS DISMISSED less than a month after the initial arrest, saving the client and his family the time, expense and emotional stress of a trial.

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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: ROBBERY 1ST

CHARGE: Robbery 1st Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED

In People v. D.W.K., the client was charged with robbing a Taco Bell, where he was recently employed. He faced 25 years in prison if convicted.

Mr. Nobles hired an investigator to conduct his own investigation, which revealed that the main witness was covering up for the real robber by implicating D.W.K.. After his investigator interviewed the main witness, Mr. Nobles demanded that they conduct an additional identification procedure. A lineup was conducted at the Monroe County Jail and the witness identified someone else. 

The person the witness identified had been in jail at the time of the robbery, so the credibility of the witness was ruined. D.W.K was released and the CASE WAS DISMISSED by the Grand Jury several weeks later.

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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: ROBBERY 1ST

In People v. D.W.K., the client was charged with robbing a Taco Bell, where he was recently employed. He faced 25 years in prison if convicted.

Mr. Nobles hired an investigator to conduct his own investigation, which revealed that the main witness was covering up for the real robber by implicating D.W.K.. After his investigator interviewed the main witness, Mr. Nobles demanded that they conduct an additional identification procedure. A lineup was conducted at the Monroe County Jail and the witness identified someone else. The person the witness identified had been in jail at the time of the robbery, so the credibility of the witness was ruined.

D.W.K was released and the case was DISMISSED BY THE GRAND JURY several weeks later.

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