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 defendant 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 the defendant 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

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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REDUCED: ASSAULT 2ND

REDUCED: ASSAULT 2ND

CHARGE: Assault 2nd with Mandatory State Prison
RESULT: REDUCED to Assault 3rd Degree with Restitution

In People v. M.C., the client was charged with assault for hitting someone over the head with a beer bottle in a bar fight. Because the client had a prior felony conviction, pleading guilty or being convicted would mean a mandatory state prison sentence.

Because Mr. Nobles discovered issues with the case, he was able to negotiate a REDUCED plea to assault 3rd degree, a misdemeanor, with no jail or probation, and only $2,400 restitution.

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NOT GUILTY: ATTEMPTED BURGLARY 3RD, CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY

CHARGE: Attempted Burglary 3rd, Attempted Criminal Possession of Stolen Property
RESULT: NOT GUILTY of ALL CHARGES


In People v. M.A., the client was charged along with 13 other defendants in an alleged conspiracy to obtain, possess and distribute stolen property.

The main witness against the client was her drug-addicted former boyfriend who had a long history of criminal convictions and lying to get himself out of trouble. The prosecution also presented several recorded phone calls between the two of them. Nevertheless, after a four-day trial, M.A. was found NOT GUILTY of all charges.

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CASE DISMISSED: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2ND

CHARGE: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 2nd Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED


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: POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

CHARGE: Possession of Child Pornography
RESULT: Four Years in Prison


In People v. B.T., the client was charged by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office with possessing and distributing child pornography. The client was facing 20 years in prison for possessing over 6,000 images of child pornography.

After enrolling his client in extensive therapy and fully cooperating with the authorities, Mr. Nobles negotiated a REDUCTION of the CHARGES and convinced the Judge to REDUCE the SENTENCE to only four years in prison.

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REDUCED: UNLAWFUL SPEED CONTEST, 100 IN A 35

REDUCED: UNLAWFUL SPEED CONTEST, 100 IN A 35

CHARGE: Unlawful Speed Contest and 100 in a 35
RESULT: REDUCED to a 54 in a 35

In People v. R.C., the client and two other individuals were charged with Unlawful Speed Contest and Speeding (100 mph in a 35) for racing down Ridge Road in Greece, NY around midnight.

After negotiating with the D.A. and the Judge, Mr. Nobles got the misdemeanor for racing dropped, the client pled to a 54 in a 35 and his license was saved as well.

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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: MANSLAUGHTER 1ST

CHARGE: Manslaughter 1st Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY


In People v. P.K., the client was charged with Manslaughter 1st Degree after stabbing another man at his girlfriend's house. He faced 25 years in prison if convicted.

After launching his own investigation, it became clear to Mr. Nobles that this was a valid case of self-defense. After extensive preparation, P.K. testified before the Monroe County Grand Jury for over two hours, including a lengthy cross-examination by the Assistant District Attorney.

After due deliberation, the Grand Jury declined to indict the client on Manslaughter or any other lesser charge. Ultimately, the CASE WAS DISMISSED less than a month after the initial arrest, saving the client and his family the time, expense and emotional stress of a 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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CASE DISMISSED BY GRAND JURY: MANSLAUGHTER 1ST DEGREE

In People v. P.K., the client was charged with Manslaughter 1st Degree after stabbing another man at his girlfriend's house. He faced 25 years in prison if convicted

After launching his own investigation, it became clear to Mr. Nobles that this was a valid case of self-defense. After extensive preparation, P.K. testified before the Monroe County Grand Jury for over two hours, including a lengthy cross-examination by the Assistant District Attorney. 

After due deliberation, the Grand Jury declined to indict the client on Manslaughter or any other lesser charge. Ultimately, the CASE WAS DISMISSED less than a month after the initial arrest, saving the client and his family the time, expense and emotional stress of a trial.

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