As criminal lawyers, we understand just how frightening, stressful, and overwhelming the legal system can be – especially for a first-time offender. The idea of a large fine, a summons, or potential jail time can certainly do a lot to affect your psyche, and you deserve a tested, trusted, and proven team of criminal defense lawyers by your side to provide you with support during these trying times.
At the Law Offices of John J. Caffrey, we’ve spent years building our reputation as the best criminal law firm on Long Island. With thousands of successful verdicts throughout our existence, we remain firm in our belief that we can put together a solid defense that provides a beneficial outcome for our clients each and every time.
We passionately serve Nassau County and Suffolk County and we’re proud to call the towns of Hauppauge and Ronkonkoma our home. We’re Long Islanders at heart, and no matter which town, village, or hamlet you hail from, you can rest assured that we’re here to treat you like family.
Depending on your legal situation, there may be the need to build an aggressive defense to refute charges. In these cases, we might recommend taking your case to court, settling, or negotiating a plea deal. These are normal occurrences in the field of criminal law, and we use these tools as leverage to find an acceptable outcome for our clients.
Should the situation arise to build an aggressive defense, our lawyers will work with you to outline the steps that we’ll take together to close your case.
Just because you’ve been served with a lawsuit does not mean that you’re a criminal, and our team is here to make sure that this notion holds true. If you or someone you know has recently been charged with a criminal lawsuit, we encourage you to contact our team immediately to learn more about how we can serve you and represent you throughout your legal dispute.
We’re committed to your success at trial, and we’ve got the track record to prove that our legal strategy works. Contact us today and let’s work together to build your case.