Addressing Weapons Charges And Violent Crimes

Any time a crime involves the use of a weapon or threatened use of a weapon (including hands) and results in serious bodily injury or death, the person being charged is facing a prison sentence.

When years of your life are at stake, work with a criminal defense attorney who has handled these cases before, and also has a track record of success and the resources needed to prove innocence or doubt.

With more than 40 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney in New York, Gary Greenwald has built a national reputation for his defense work. He and his team of criminal defense lawyers have represented thousands of men and women in New York, handling major weapons and violent crime cases, such as multiple homicides and gang violence.

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Trusted Counsel In Criminal Cases

We have a long history of defending people facing some of the most serious criminal charges on the books — charges that could lead to years in prison.

We know how these cases are investigated and charged. We have seen the short cuts that law enforcement sometimes takes that can result in sloppy and misleading evidence; evidence that does not belong in court. We aggressively investigate the case ourselves and work to show reasonable doubt where the facts just do not hold up.

Sometimes the facts are stacked against our clients. There may be a question, however, about whether the charges are accurate or whether a lesser charge can be negotiated.

Talk To Our Qualified Defense Attorneys

When you need an aggressive and knowledgeable defense lawyer, call Gary Greenwald at Gary Greenwald & Partners P.C. He brings more than 40 years of legal experience to any criminal case, including those concerning weapons charges and violent crimes.

Call 845-477-5692 or send us an email to make an appointment for your free initial consultation. We serve clients in Chester, Wurtsboro and Poughkeepsie, as well as throughout Orange, Sullivan and Dutchess counties and the entire state. Se habla español.