Experience, Dedication and Tenacity
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The defense attorneys at Epstein & Conroy, P.C. offer more than 45 years of combined experience representing criminal defendants in New York’s state and federal courts.
At Epstein & Conroy, we believe that two factors set us apart from other criminal defense firms in Brooklyn, New York.
The first is our experience. Our attorneys have decades of experience representing criminal defendants in state and federal courts. We routinely handle serious felony matters, representing clients during investigations, in plea negotiations and at trial. In addition, we are equally at home handling DUI/DWI and misdemeanor cases. In each instance we rely upon our extensive experience to craft comprehensive, personalized strategies designed to obtain the best possible result for our clients.
The second is our relentless will to win. We are trial lawyers and, while we do everything in our power to get our clients’ cases dismissed, we will not hesitate to try any case before a judge or jury. If going to court is the only option for securing a just result, you can rest assured that we will aggressively attack the prosecution’s case in the courtroom and vigorously defend your legal and Constitutional rights.Learn more
We represent clients facing misdemeanor and felony charges throughout New York City, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, and beyond. Felony offenses in New York State carry strict penalties and a conviction can easily lead to decades behind bars. When you hire us to represent you, our sole focus is on making sure you come out of your case with as few consequences as possible.
"I cannot even put into words how appreciative I am of their hard work and expertise. Because of them my husband was free and able to live our life. They communicated with me and my family all the time in a way that we could understand everything that was going on and what they were doing for him..."
By: Carol Sepe