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An arrest can be a very scary proposition. If you or someone you know
has been arrested, it is important to know your rights and obtain competent
legal counsel with knowledge of the local courts. Whether the arrest is
for a misdemeanor, felony or a quality of life violation, having an attorney
on your side is the only way to guarantee that your rights are protected.
WylieLaw is on Your Side
While specializing in unlawful arrest and malicious prosecution claims,
WylieLaw also has extensive experience representing individuals charged
with many different crimes. From quality of life issues such as marijuana
possession, jumping a subway turnstile, disorderly conduct or ticket scalping
to serious misdemeanor and felony charges, WylieLaw has successfully represented
clients in civil and criminal courts in and around New York State.
- Unlawful Arrests: False
arrests, Police Brutality, Probable Cause, Unlawful Imprisonment, Malicious
- Drunk Driving: DUI
/ DWI, Blood Alcohol, Losing Your License, Police
- Stops, Searches and Seizures: Searches Without a Warrant, Searches Without Consent, What to Do
If You Are Arrested, Vehicle Searches
- Download Our Form: "What
to Do if You are Stopped or Arrested"
- WylieLaw represented an individual who was unlawfully arrested and
incarcerated for eleven (11) months due to the failure of the Police
Department and the Probation Department to compare the individual's
fingerprints with that of a similarly named defendant. This matter was
settled in suit for over $150,000.
- An individual was maced, sent to a hospital, and unlawfully arrested
for disorderly conduct, spending one night in jail. The criminal case
was eventually dismissed. With the help of WylieLaw, this matter settled
- An individual was arrested for smoking a joint in a municipal park.
At the arraignment, WylieLaw requested that all charges be dropped as
the client was an out-of-state student who was applying to graduate
school. This was an unusual request, but due to the focused attention
of WylieLaw on these extenuating circumstances, all charges were dismissed.