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Attorney Gary A. Farrell

Represents clients in all state and federal courts in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Queens, Westchester County, and Nassau County.

We are the best law firm in New York State

I have over 30 years of experience in law and I’ve solved hundreds of cases. Every case is very important to me and I always take them seriously.

Below is most types of cases that I’ve handled before. If you don’t see a service listed please still call me because I can handle all legal cases. For more information about my law practice or to set up a consultation, please call 212-822-1434.

Cases I Handle

Firm Overview

Armed Robbery

Armed Robbery

Arraignment

Arson and Insurance Fraud

Assault and Battery

Automobile Theft

Bail Hearings

Bank Fraud

Bribery

Burglary

Business Crimes

Business Fraud

Child Abuse and Neglect

Child Abuse and Neglect

Civil Forfeiture

Commercial Crimes

Commercial Law

Computer Crimes

Controlled Substances Law

Counterfeiting

Criminal Appeals

Criminal Conspiracy

Criminal Contempt

Criminal Defense

Criminal Enterprises Defense

Criminal Enterprises Defense

Criminal Forfeiture

Criminal Fraud

Criminal Investigation

Criminal Litigation

Criminal Possession of Stolen Property

Detention Hearings

Domestic Violence

Drivers License Suspension

Driving While Intoxicated

Drug Charges

Weapons Charges

White Collar Crime

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Drug Forfeiture

Drug Forfeiture

Drug Trafficking

DUI Defense

DWI Defense

Electronic Surveillance

Embezzlement

Enterprise Corruption

Extortion

Extortions

Extradition

False Confession

Gun Charges

Habeas Corpus

Federal Criminal Defense

Federal Criminal Defense

Federal Criminal Law

Felonies

Forgery

Fraud

Gambling Offenses

Government Investigations

Grand Jury Practice

Grand Larceny

Health Care Fraud

Health Care Fraud

Hit and Run

Homicide Defense

Homicide

Identity Theft Defense

Insider Trading

Insurance Fraud

Internet Crimes

Juvenile Law

Kidnapping

Leaving the Scene

White Collar Criminal Defense

White Collar Fraud

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Mail Fraud

Mail Fraud

Manslaughter

Medicare Fraud and Abuse

Misdemeanors

Money Laundering

Murder

No Fault Fraud

Obstruction of Justice

Odometer Tampering

Parole and Probation

Perjury

Post-Conviction Remedies

Possession of a Controlled Substance

Sale of a Controlled Substance

Post-Conviction Remedies

Professional Liability

Professional Sexual Misconduct

Promoting Prostitution

Rape

RICO

Robbery

Search and Seizure

Securities Fraud

Search and Seizure

Possession of a Controlled Substance

Sale of a Controlled Substance

Post-Conviction Remedies

Professional Liability

Professional Sexual Misconduct

Promoting Prostitution

Rape

RICO

Robbery

Search and Seizure

Securities Fraud

Wire Fraud

Wiretapping

Application Process

Hire an Experienced Appeals Lawyer

If you are considering an appeal, be sure to get advice from an experienced attorney who has a record of success in handling criminal appeals. Attorney Gary A. Farrell has handled a number of successful appeals. Below are just a few examples of cases where Mr. Farrell has achieved favorable outcomes for his clients on appeal.

If you are contemplating an appeal, you can reach

Mr. Farrell at 212-822-1434.

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Appeals

Your Right to Appeal

Appellate Courts can and sometimes do overturn decisions made in lower courts. People who feel that they have been wrongly convicted or sentenced unfairly have a right to appeal their convictions, and should hire an experienced appeals attorney. It is important to understand that appeals are not “do-overs” of the original trial. An appeals lawyer makes a very close and careful examination of every aspect of the original trial record to see whether the proceedings were conducted fairly and correctly, and to determine whether the defendant’s rights were violated.

New York Courts of Appeal

In the State of New York, unless your first trial took place in a federal court, your appeal will be handled by one of three special courts, called the New York State Court of Appeals, the Appellate Term, and the Appellate Division. In an appeal, your attorney submits a complete copy of the original trial court transcripts and all of the records and exhibits — everything that was said and done — at the first trial. Along with that, he submits a written brief outlining the errors that may have been made during the trial, mistakes or omissions that might have changed the outcome of your case if they had not been made. Many different kinds of errors may occur during a trial; an experienced appeals attorney will know which ones, if any, might persuade a higher court judge to overturn a conviction.