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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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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CASE DISMISSED: MENACING 2ND

CHARGE: Menacing 2nd Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED


In People v. D.D., the client was charged with pulling a gun and threatening two salesmen at a local used car dealership.

After conducting his own investigation into the case, Mr. Nobles discovered that things were not as they appeared. Both the salesmen had questionable pasts and were actually running a fraudulent sales promotion. When D.D. discovered that he was being cheated, he told them that he was going to report them to the Better Business Bureau. The salesmen then became irate and physically threatened the elderly client before he drew his pistol.

Appropriately, the case was DISMISSED.

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