Contact the Law office of Michael J. Redenburg, ESQ. P.C.
Brooklyn Criminal Defense Attorney
Lower Manhattan | Downtown Manhattan
150 Broadway, Suite 808
New York, NY 10038
Office: (212) 240-9465
Cell: (631) 748-0601
Fax: (917) 591-1667
Criminal Attorney New York
Michael J. Redenburg, criminal attorney New York represents clients throughout the five boroughs of New York. The Bronx criminal lawyers at the firm were recently successful in representing a minor charged with attempted murder in the Bronx. Our client was alleged to have shot another individual in the commission of a gunpoint robbery. Following our client's arrest, law enforcement obtained a signed statement from our client wherein he confessed to the crime. Further, police recovered from the scene the weapon that was allegedly used in the commission of the crime. Following motion practice and protracted discussions with the Assistant District Attorney assigned to the matter, our Bronx criminal lawyers were able to work out a disposition whereby our client would serve probation, enter a CASES program and would not have an adult criminal record. As such, our client was able to avoid any jail or prison sentence.
Sometimes police make a wrongful arrest and the individual who was arrested feels wronged and violated. In certain circumstances, an individual may be able to bring a civil lawsuit against New York City and the police officer who arrested them. Examples of when a person who was arrested may have a civil case against the City include when the criminal court case is dismissed; and when the person arrested is let out the side door in Central Booking prior to seeing a Judge; and their case is DP'd (decline prosecution). Criminal attorney New York Michael J. Redenburg may be able to represent you if you were wrongfully arrested.
Bronx criminal lawyers represent individuals charged with all types of crimes including DWI, drug crimes, shoplifting, larceny, stalking, harassment and robbery. Good people make mistakes, so don't let a criminal charge ruin your good name. Police are often quick to arrest and prosecutors are often quick to immediately presume you're guilty, when in reality, the law presumes just the opposite.
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