Criminal Defense In State Court

While The Law Office of Aaron M. Goldsmith, PC, can represent clients in both state and federal criminal trials, most New Yorkers will have their cases prosecuted in state court. This is not to say that state court cases are less serious or consequential than federal ones. In fact, some of the most serious criminal charges are prosecuted in state court.

Our attorney, Aaron M. Goldsmith, is a criminal defense lawyer with nearly 15 years of experience. During that time, he has defended clients against a wide variety of charges ranging from misdemeanors to serious felonies.

Our Criminal Defense Services

The Law Office of Aaron M. Goldsmith, PC, has successfully defended clients accused of numerous offenses, including:

  • Assault
  • Homicide
  • Fraud (at the state level)
  • Larceny and grand larceny
  • Robbery
  • Sex crimes (rape, sexual assault, possession of child pornography, etc.)
  • Drug possession
  • Drug possession with intent to distribute
  • Weapons offenses, including possession and sales
  • DWI, drunk driving and drugged driving
  • White-collar crimes (financial crimes and health care fraud, etc.)

Collaboration And Professionalism

Experience and legal knowledge are crucial to success, but they are only part of the equation. Our firm also believes in client collaboration, which involves clear communication throughout the process. At every step, you will know how your case is progressing and will be informed about all your legal options. Then, we will decide on a strategy together.

Our attorney, Aaron M. Goldsmith, is known by colleagues in the criminal justice system for his professionalism and dedication. Mr Goldsmith maintains good working relationships with both judges and prosecutors, but he is always prepared to take your case to trial if that strategy will be in your best interests.

Discuss Your Case With A Lawyer Who Listens

Located in Manhattan, The Law Office of Aaron M. Goldsmith, PC, is proud to serve clients throughout the New York metro area. For a free discussion about your case, call us at 212-256-9434 or fill out our online contact form.