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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Grand Larceny - REDUCED

After negotiations with the D.A., the charge was REDUCED to a misdemeanor with a conditional discharge, and 32 hours of community service.

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NOT GUILTY: Petit Larceny

At trial, the videotape was excluded for evidentiary problems, leaving only the security guard's testimony. Upon cross-examination, it became clear that the guard had limited recollection of the events and his testimony was unclear. The client was found NOT GUILTY.

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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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Assault - REDUCED

After discussions with the District Attorney's Office, Mr. Nobles got the client a REDUCTION to an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal at the first court appearance (arraignment).

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Sexual Abuse - REDUCED

After an extensive investigation uncovered several major areas of weakness in the case, negotiations with the District Attorney's Office resulted in a deal where the client plead guilty to two D felonies and received four years in prison.

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DWI - REDUCED

The client pled guilty to the lesser charge of DWAI (a violation, not a crime), received the minimum fine of $300 and never lost driving privileges.

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Petit Larceny - REDUCED

A resolution was negotiated where the client avoided both serious punishments and was given a REDUCTION to an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal with 24 hours of community service.

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