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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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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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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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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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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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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