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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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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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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REDUCED: ASSAULT 2ND

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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REDUCED: 2 PETIT LARCENIES

In People v. P.W., the client was charged with two Petit Larcenies for stealing from home improvement centers. The client also had an extensive criminal history and, if convicted, faced up to two years in Monroe County Jail.

Through negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the client entered a drug treatment program and was given a REDUCTION to two Disorderly Conducts with merely a $100 fine.

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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/NEVER CHARGED: RAPE 1ST

CHARGE: Rape 1st Degree
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED


In People v. J.K., the client was being investigated for Rape 1st Degree, and faced 25 years in prison if convicted.

By conducting a more thorough investigation than the local police department and interviewing over 10 witnesses, Mr. Nobles amassed an immense amount of information about the night in question. Through the investigation, it became clear that the alleged date rape was actually consensual sex.

After sharing the defense's evidence with the District Attorney's Office, the CASE was DISMISSED by the Grand Jury without the client ever being charged or arrested.

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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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REDUCED: GRAND LARCENY 4TH

In People v. J.L., the client and four co-defendants were charged with stealing $15,000 worth of copper. 

After a brief investigation and several rounds of negotiations with the District Attorney's Office, the client was offered a non-criminal disposition of a DISORDERLY CONDUCT and was forced to pay restitution of $2,636.

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