White Plains Criminal Defense Lawyer
Criminal Attorney Representing Clients in White Plains, NY
more than 50 years of combined experience, the White Plains criminal defense attorneys of Riebling, Proto &
Sachs, LLP, have successfully represented countless individuals in the
White Plains criminal courts. You can trust our knowledge and guidance
in your case. In fact, several of our books on criminal and DUI defense
have made the National Bestseller's List!
If you are currently being investigated by the police, have been arrested
or accused of any crime, your freedom, your reputation and your future
may be in jeopardy.
White Plains criminal defense attorneys Stephen Riebling, Andrew Proto
and David Sachs will immediately meet with you and go over the facts of
your case. It is important that you are made aware of your options and
know how your charges may be challenged to avoid a criminal conviction.
The criminal attorneys of Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP have been defending
individuals in White Plains, NY for years. They utilize proven resources
to skillfully handle all types of criminal cases, including:
Our criminal defense lawyers are former criminal prosecutors in Westchester
County, NY and in New York County, NY. This gives them the necessary insight
and knowledge to protect your rights. In fact, as an Assistant District
Attorney in Westchester County, NY, criminal defense attorney David Sachs
handled criminal cases for the White Plains Branch Office, appearing daily
in the criminal courts in White Plains.
If you or someone you know has been arrested, you have little time to waste
in retaining the experienced White Plains criminal defense attorneys of
Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP.
Remain Silent – Speak Only with Your White Plains Lawyer
Unfortunately, many people who have been arrested and are charged with
a crime in White Plains, NY do not exercise their right to remain silent.
They make the mistake of thinking that they can "help themselves"
and avoid an arrest by talking to the police. What they forget is that
only role of the police is to investigate crimes and arrest people who
have broken the law. While they may promise help to "work things
out" or "put in a good word" for you, that is not their
job. If you are being investigated and you are being questioned, it is
because the police believe you committed a crime and they are trying to
gather information against you.
Rather than speaking with the police and possibly making things worse,
exercise your right to remain silent. Then, contact our proven criminal
The White Plains, NY criminal defense attorneys of Riebling, Proto &
Sachs, LLP have successfully represented countless people who were arrested
despite their innocence only to have the criminal charges dismissed later
or even acquitted after a trial.
Information About the Court in White Plains
77 South Lexington Avenue
White Plain, NY 10601
The City Court Judges are:
- Hon. Jo Ann Frila
- Hon. Brian Hansbury
- Hon. Barbara Leak
- Hon. Eric P. Press
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Contact a White Plains Criminal Defense Attorney Today!
Any criminal conviction will have an impact on your life. It could certainly
affect your ability to find a job, go to school and exercising your right
to vote. Even when filling out a job application, applying for loan or
seeking to rent an apartment, you may be asked if you have a criminal
conviction. Your future is far too important to leave unprotected.
Get proper representation and be defended by a dedicated White Plains criminal
defense lawyer who will be with you at every step along the way.
Free and immediate consultations are available in our White Plains office.
Contact us today.