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: CRIMINAL SALE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 3RD DEGREE

In People v. S.H., the client was accused of selling cocaine out of his car to an undercover New York State Trooper. An eighteen year veteran of the Narcotics Division identified S.H. as the individual from whom he had purchased the drugs.

Despite the Trooper's seemingly compelling testimony, Mr. DeCarolis' meticulous cross-examination highlighted numerous inconsistencies in the identification, and ultimately the jury found S.H. NOT GUILTY after barely an hour of deliberation.

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REDUCED: PROBATION

In People vs. C.C., the client was charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 2nd Degree after her boyfriend shot off a pistol in the parking lot at a wedding. The handgun was unlicensed and illegal in New York and because it belonged to C.C., she was indicted by the Grand Jury.

A CPW2 conviction generally mandates a minimum sentence of 3.5 years in prison, however after extensive negotiations and the unique circumstances brought to light by Mr. Nobles, C.C. received 5 years of probation with NO JAIL TIME.

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CASE DISMISSED: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2ND

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: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2ND DEGREE

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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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: 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: 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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