A former New York State prosecutor, Jason Steinberger is a Queens-based Criminal and DWI/DUI Lawyer who is pleased to work as hard as he can to get your loved one out of prison as soon as possible. He is pleased to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 646-256-1007. Because he takes the time to explain the entire criminal justice system process to you, the client, he repeatedly gets rave reviews from his previous clients.
Aside from explaining the difference between the various charges brought against you or your loved one, he will explain how the proceedings work, and what you can expect when brought before the judge. However, most of all, Mr. Steinberger will immediately begin investigating your case to provide you with the most vigorous defense possible.
What is the difference between a Queens’ Felony or Misdemeanor Criminal Charge?
In general, a felony charge results in more jail time and a greater restriction on your civil liberties (if convicted) than a misdemeanor charge. However, the differences between the two types of charges specifically in Queens County is the courthouse in which you will have to appear, as well.
Your case will be heard in the Supreme Court at 100 Supreme Court Drive in Mineola, Nassau County, if you have been arrested in Queens County on one or more of the following charges: DWI (second offense), gun or drug possession, drug sale, rape, criminal possession of stolen property, fraud, robbery, felony assault, or burglary. The District Court at 99 Main Street in Hempstead, Nassau County, will hear your misdemeanor case, which will include one or more of the following charges: driving with a suspended license, DWI/DUI, domestic assault/violence, shoplifting, petit larceny, marijuana possession/sale, drug possession, reckless driving, and criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Will Hiring a Queens Criminal Defense Lawyer Help Me Get the Best Result?
The short answer, of course, is yes, hiring a criminal defense lawyer will get you the best result in Queens County.
The long answer, of course, is as follows: when you hire a lawyer to represent you, s/he will give your case the attention that it needs and deserves. No two cases are alike, and no two charges are alike, regardless if it’s something as minor as a DUI or as major as a murder charge.
Because he’s a former New York State Prosecutor, Jason Steinberger will review your case through the eyes of a Criminal Defense Attorney with the experience of a State District Attorney. He understands that each client deserve a unique and holistic approach to his/her case, which means that Mr. Steinberger will work overtime to make sure that you get the best possible outcome for your case. Mr. Steinberger will evaluate every element of your case to make sure that he completely annihilates the State’s case against you.
When it comes to a criminal conviction, the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the crime was committed; if reasonable doubt can be established, the case must be dismissed. Mr. Steinberger, to that end, will deconstruct every piece of proof made available by the District Attorney, and prove why the State cannot establish their case.
How Many Court Appearances Will I Have to Make?
In an ideal world, the process of trying a criminal case would be over as quickly as possible, because it is an arduous process to endure. However, Mr. Steinberger will work as diligently as he can to get the best possible outcome in the shortest amount of time possible, without compromising on a quality defense. If you get a criminal record that cannot be expunged, denied financial aid, deported, or worse, Mr. Steinberger understands better than anybody that there are dire consequences involved in your conviction…and he cannot let that happen to you! Call 646-256-1007 to hire Jason Steinberger for your Queens Criminal case, and make the best choice!