Criminal Defense – Weapons Possession

Criminal Defense – Weapons Possession


Criminal Code:
e.g. Penal Law 265.02
(D Felony)

Criminal Code:
e.g. Penal Law 265.02
(D Felony)

§ 265.02 Criminal Possession Of A Weapon In The Third Degree

MSG client charged with tossing a gun to the ground while pursued by police breaking up a street “craps” game. On trial cross-examination, MSG shows police testimony is not credible; jury determines that officers had “flaked” with the weapon. MSG result: Client acquitted.

MSG client accused of selling illegal weapons from his storefront. MSG result: ADA is convinced by MSG to reduce charges to non-criminal “disorderly conduct” in a favorable plea bargain. Immigration issues resolved in favor of client.

 


Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP