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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DWI - CASE DISMISSED

The District Attorney's Office was unable to proceed on the trial date and the CASE was DISMISSED. The client never lost any driving privileges.

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Grand Larceny - REDUCED

After extensive investigation and with documentation of the client's background and accomplishments, as well as numerous references submitted on the client's behalf, Mr. Nobles ultimately convinced the District Attorney's Office to REDUCE the felony to a Disorderly Conduct (a non-criminal violation) and 48 hours of community service.

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Petit Larceny - REDUCED

After two pre-trial conferences with the Judge and the District Attorney's Office, the client pled to Disorderly Conduct (a reduction from a misdemeanor to a violation) and received 40 hours of community service.

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Burglary, Criminal Mischief, VOP - REDUCED

After negotiations with the Judge, the District Attorney's Office and the Probation Department, the client was allowed to plead to a misdemeanor with $240 in restitution, and was restored to probation on the original charge.

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Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance - REDUCED

If convicted, the client faced a mandatory state prison sentence of three to nine years. After negotiations with the D.A., the client was allowed to plead to a REDUCED charge of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 5th Degree, an E felony, with time served (60 days).

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Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance - REDUCED

The initial offer was a plea to the top charge with 90 days in jail. After discussions with the Judge and the District Attorney's Office, the client pled guilty to a REDUCED charge of Attempted Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree, received no jail time and only one year of probation.

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