SULLIVAN COUNTY DRUG CHARGE ATTORNEY
The law offices of Glenn Kroll Esq. PC handle tough cases. We often take cases from clients that other firms have turned down. We understand how important your future is and we will defend it on your behalf. You can trust that we will give you honest feedback about your best options.
Our firm has an aggressive reputation for defending our clients. We have gained this reputation because we are willing to fight for your ability to get justice in an unjust circumstance. We are not afraid of difficult cases and we will always have your best interests in mind.
We handle many different types of cases including, but not limited to, the following:
If you have been arrested for a violent or weapons-related offense, you are probably worried about your future. Let us worry for you. It is our job to determine the best and most strategic way to defend you. Contact us immediately if you have been arrested for:
Drug offenses can range in severity and you need an experienced Sullivan County, New York, drug charges lawyer to look at the facts of your case and provide you with legal advice about how your case should proceed. Contact us immediately if you have been arrested for any drug offense, including:
You need a lawyer who will stand by you throughout your trouble. Contact us if you need a New York rape defense attorney or have been charged with any other sex crime, such as:
Property crimes cover a wide range of offenses, including:
The distinctions between the laws can be confusing. Take advantage of our free consultation and let us hear the facts of your case.
We defend clients in criminal courts throughout the region, including the cities of Middletown, Newburgh, Goshen, Monticello, Port Jervis, Kingston and Woodbury.
In New York, a first DWI is considered a misdemeanor crime. A second DWI within 10 years is considered a felony crime. If you have been charged with drunk driving, our firm offers a free consultation where we can discuss legal options that may help to minimize the potential consequences you may be facing, or avoid a conviction altogether. Find out more about:
We invite you to schedule an appointment and take advantage of a free consultation to learn more about how the law affects the facts of your case.