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.


REDUCED: Conspiracy 2nd, CPCS

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 expects to be released upon successful completion of that program (about one-and-a-half years from the time of his sentencing).

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After a bench trial, the client was convicted of the lesser offense of DWAI and avoided a criminal record.

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CHARGE: Assault 3rd Degree

In People v. A.P., the client was charged with Assault in the Third Degree for allegedly engaging in a fight near East and Alexander Streets in the city of Rochester. The client faced up to one year in jail, or more likely three years of probation.

After a two-day trial, the client and his co-defendant were found NOT GUILTY.

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Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance - CHARGES DROPPED

Although the client had sold to an undercover agent on two occasions, Mr. Nobles helped her avoid being prosecuted by instead cooperating with the investigation. She was facing potential federal charges and a lengthy federal prison sentence had she been convicted. Instead ALL CHARGES WERE DROPPED.

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Witness Tampering - CASE DISMISSED

The prosecution failed to preserve evidence properly and lost the right to use the client's videotaped interview with the police. As a result, they did not have enough evidence to go forward, and after Mr. Nobles' discussions with a supervisor at the D.A.'s Office, they agreed to DISMISS THE CASE.

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Criminal Contempt - REDUCED

After his defense investigation called the alleged victim's story into question, Mr. Nobles called a conference with the D.A. handling the case, and the client was eventually offered a REDUCED PLEA to a violation of Disorderly Conduct and a $120 fine.

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