If you are an attorney who has been contacted for a criminal defense matter in federal court, why not rely on a skilled federal criminal defense firm? Because our law firm is devoted to defending the rights of those accused of serious federal crimes, we have a reputation in federal courts throughout New York as experienced trial attorneys.
Many of the criminal defense cases referred to us at The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC come not only from other attorneys in New York, but we also receive criminal defense referrals from lawyers throughout the country.
Accepting nothing less than the best possible outcome for our clients, we will do the same for your clients when you consult with us.
With offices in New York City, Albany and Schenectady, we handle cases throughout all of New York’s District Courts. Whether it is at the negotiation stage or in trial, we have established a reputation as aggressive federal criminal defense attorneys.
For attorneys not used to handling criminal matters, we can act directly as first chair at trial — putting our criminal defense experience to work on your client’s matter. For other attorneys who simply need the benefit of our criminal law knowledge, we can act as second chair at trial or provide the pretrial consulting needed to help you obtain the best result for your client.
We pride ourselves not only on the quality of our legal services, but also on our ability to meet the needs of our clients and referring counsel. If you would like to discuss working together to resolve your client’s criminal charges, please contact James at 518-783-3800 or email him directly.
I was referred to Mr. Tyner from a fellow colleague and I was more than impressed with the way he handled my case. From the first consultation, to the final decision, he thoroughly explained each step of the process. There was open communication which I found very helpful. I never hesitated to call and he was always there to answer any and all of my questions or concerns I had. He is very professional, efficient, and detail oriented. I would not hesitate to use Mr. Tyner in the future.
Posted by: Christine Bazicki