Over 75 Years of Combined Experience Practicing With Integrity & Utilizing Effective Legal Strategies

New York City Criminal Defense Lawyers

Decades of Experience Helping Those Arrested Find Relief

If you are facing criminal charges, criminal investigation, or believe law enforcement is looking to speak to you, you need a criminal attorney immediately. Criminal defense is a unique field of law that only the most highly skilled attorneys can practice effectively. The vast majority of people who find themselves being pursued by law enforcement have no idea of their rights. At Cohen Forman Barone, we are aggressive in the protection of our client’s rights.

Dial (212) 577-9314 now or contact us online to schedule your initial case evaluation with our New York City criminal defense lawyers.

Did you know the police are allowed to lie to you? Did you know that if you are driving and are stopped by the police they cannot search your vehicle? Did you know that if law enforcement tries to speak with you, you have the absolute right to refuse to speak with them? Having the strength, knowledge, and courage to stand up to law enforcement comes from protecting over ten thousand clients accused of criminal acts.

Our Unique Skill Set

Our attorneys have over 35 years of experience as criminal law practitioners. We are unwavering in our belief that every client deserves exceptional representation and we have been fulfilling that goal for decades.

The moment you meet our criminal attorneys, you will understand why we are so successful in protecting our clients from the awesome powers of law enforcement. Our attorneys will take the time to understand you and your case. We are client-driven and dedicated to serving each client’s particular needs. Everyone comes to the legal process with different questions. We are here to take the time to answer any concern you may have. Our clients are our business.

Here In Your Time of Need

We have seen firsthand the injustices that happen every day to individuals and companies at the hands of government officials, often times because they have failed to hire competent counsel or any attorney at all. Relentless in our defense of the accused, our clients rely on our experience in the courtroom and at the negotiating table to protect them when they cannot protect themselves.

No matter what your issue, which agency is conducting the investigation, or how serious the allegations are, you can be confident that Cohen Forman Barone has seen it before and can get you through it now.

When You Are Accused of a Probation Violation

One of the many situations that call for the skills of an attorney following a conviction is a violation of probation. There are often many requirements placed upon individuals who are on probation, and it is important to always meet these requirements. However, we all make mistakes, unexpected circumstances do arise, and sometimes these demands get violated.

Common probation violations include:

  • Missed meetings with a probation officer
  • Missed court dates
  • Failure to pay fines or restitution
  • Failure to attend counseling
  • Failing a drug test

Failure to keep one or more of these requirements could result in fines, incarceration, or extended probation. To make matters worse, if someone commits a crime while they are on probation, then they are facing both a new criminal charge as well as a probation violation. If this happens to you, you need the help of a knowledgeable attorney who is committed to fighting for you.

Call (212) 577-9314 now and get started with your case.

The Firm You Need

  1. Over 75 Years of Combined Experience
  2. Attentive to Our Clients' Needs
  3. Convenient Office Locations in Manhattan & Long Island
  4. Reasonable & Customized Pricing For Each Client
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