In the State of New York, the District Attorney’s Office in the county where the crime was committed is responsible for prosecuting state crimes. There are 62 counties in New York with each county having its own elected district attorney. The process can be very confusing, particularly if you are unfamiliar with New York’s criminal justice system. When an individual is convicted of a crime under New York law, the judge will consider the specific circumstances of the case, including the defendant’s background and involvement in the crime, to impose a sentence within the ranges permitted by law. Punishments can range from imprisonment or probation to monetary fines and penalties.
Whether you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor under New York State law, The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC is fully prepared to handle your case. He understands that your life and liberty are at stake and he will do everything he can to protect your rights and fight back against the prosecution.
James E. Tyner is a highly accomplished criminal trial attorney who knows what it takes to get successful results in New York State courts. No matter how routine or complicated you think your case may be, James E. Tyner will investigate every aspect of the charges you are facing so that he can build a powerful and winning defense strategy. James E. Tyner is on your side and is focused on achieving the best possible resolutions in all types of criminal matters, including:
There is no “do-over” when you are charged with a crime - the outcome of your case can impact your life forever. With so much at stake you cannot afford to take a gamble with your future. Contact the Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC today to discuss your case with an experienced Albany criminal defense lawyer. Initial consultations are always free and are available day or night, seven days a week. Call 518-783-3800 or email him directly now.
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Posted by: Jared Carpentier