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: CONSPIRACY 2ND, CPCS

In People v. L.S., the client was charged, along with 18 other defendants, in a state-wide drug conspiracy. He was alleged by the NYS Attorney's Office to be one of the principle players in the criminal enterprise and was facing up to 50 years in prison...

Ultimately, after significant litigation and negotiation with the prosecutor, L.S. was offered a REDUCED PLEA of five years in prison and admittance into "shock camp" immediately. He will be released upon successful completion of that program (about one-and-a-half years from the time of his sentencing).

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NOT GUILTY: ASSAULT 3RD

CHARGE: Assault 3rd Degree
RESULT: NOT GUILTY


In People v. A.P., the client was charged with Assault in the Third Degree for allegedly engaging in a fight near East and Alexander Streets in the city of Rochester. The client faced up to one year in jail, or more likely three years of probation.

After a two-day trial, the client and his co-defendant were found NOT GUILTY.

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NOT GUILTY: GRAND LARCENY 3RD

CHARGE: Grand Larceny 3rd Degree
RESULT: NOT GUILTY


In People v. E.C., the client was charged with stealing nearly $15,000 from her former employer.

At trial, Mr. Nobles exposed the fact that the client and her employer were having a sexual relationship and that the employer had gifted her some of the money and loaned her the rest. The employer admitted during the trial that he had claimed she stole the money so that his wife and children would not find out about the affair.

The client was found NOT GUILTY.

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

CHARGE: Robbery 1st, Robbery 2nd, Kidnapping 2nd, Assault 2nd
RESULT: NOT GUILTY


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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DWI - NOT GUILTY

In People v. G.F., the client was coming home from a work function when he was stopped for an expired registration, and charged with DWI. Being in the United States on a working visa, his continued residency and employment required a full acquittal of the charges...

After a two-day jury trial where Mr. Nobles called the client and another witness who had picked him up from the police station, the jury found the client NOT GUILTY.

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NOT GUILTY: Attempted Murder

In People v. J.H., the client was charged with Attempted Murder of his long-time girlfriend after an extensive investigation by the New York State Troopers Bureau of Criminal Investigations. He faced up to 25 years in prison if convicted.

The NYST pulled out all the stops on this case, conducting accident reconstruction, gunshot residue tests, lie detector tests and they even enlisted a professional expert witness, Dr. Michael Baden (who testified in the O.J. Simpson and Phil Spector trials).

After conducting his own investigation, Mr. Nobles destroyed the credibility of Dr. Baden and the prosecution's gunshot residue expert. After a two-week trial, the J.H. was found NOT GUILTY, and exonerated of all charges.

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NOT GUILTY: Hazing 1st

In People v. J.S., the client was charged with Hazing 1st Degree as part of the RIT women's rugby team that was accused of forcing recruits to drink alcohol. The party was discovered when one of the students became unresponsive and an ambulance was called. In total, four people were taken to the hospital, thankfully they all made full recoveries.

The D.A.'s Office was looking to make an example of the women and was not willing to negotiate. Rejecting offers that would leave J.S. with a criminal record, Mr. Nobles proceeded to trial alongside all four of her co-defendants. Mr. Nobles and the four other defense attorneys presented a unified defense which resulted in a NOT GUILTY verdict for all five students.

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NOT GUILTY: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON 3RD

CHARGE: Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd Degree
RESULT: NOT GUILTY

 

In People v. A.A., the police responded to "shots fired" and the client was found with a loaded handgun under the couch cushion where he was seated. The client was charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd Degree and faced one to four years in state prison if convicted.

After a three-day jury trial, A.A. was found NOT GUILTY.

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CASE DISMISSED: ROBBERY 2ND, ASSAULT 2ND, GRAND LARCENY 2ND

CHARGE: Robbery 2nd Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, Grand Larceny 2nd Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED

 

In People v. M.H., the client was charged with Robbery 2nd, Assault 2nd and Grand Larceny 2nd Degree. He faced a mandatory state prison sentence of three and a half to 15 years if convicted.

The District Attorney's Office failed to go forward with a preliminary hearing and the client was released from custody five days after his arrest. 

Under counsel of Mr. Nobles, the client refused an offer to plead to a misdemeanor with one year in jail. Subsequently, the CASE was DISMISSED by the Monroe County Grand Jury, and the prosecution was prevented from going forward.

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NOT GUILTY: MURDER 2ND

CHARGE: Murder 2nd Degree
RESULT: NOT GUILTY


In People v. E.N., the client was charged with Murder 2nd Degree. The District Attorney's Office was certain of a conviction because they had a videotape of the crime as well as a written statement where the client claimed knowledge of and participation in the set up of the homicide. E.N. faced life in prison if convicted.

After a week-long jury trial and only two-and-a-half hours of deliberation, the jury found the client NOT GUILTY.

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