Grand Jury Indictments
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Brooklyn Grand Jury Indictment Attorney

Decades of Legal Experience to Obtain Your Best Possible Outcome

In New York, a grand jury is a jury of lay people who determine whether there is enough evidence to bind someone over for a criminal trial. If you were accused of a felony crime in New York, you have a right to appear before the grand jury and fight the charges. Many criminal defense lawyers waive that right, but that can be a mistake. 

At The Law Offices of Wilson Antonio LaFaurie, you can work with a former prosecutor who has conducted more than 2,000 grand jury presentations. We know what type of evidence is presented before grand juries and what experts you will need for your defense.

Schedule your free consultation today by calling (718) 831-6485 or contacting our firm online. We represent clients at grand jury indictments throughout the New York City area.

Defense for All Types of Charges

Over the past two decades, Attorney Wilson LaFaurie has represented defendants charged with robberies, assaults, drug charges, DWI, domestic violence, and even murder cases, all of which were dismissed by the grand juries.

Your Chance to Fight Criminal Charges

As your attorney at a grand jury indictment, we will fight the charges like a trial. If we can convince the grand jury not to bind you over for a criminal trial, you can walk away from the charges.

Since a grand jury is composed of lay people instead of judges and lawyers, they can be less skewed against the defendant than prosecutors—almost 20 percent of all grand jury indictments in New York are dismissed.

The grand jury indictment is a crucial part of your case in which you can be victorious. You don't need to persuade every juror to have your case dismissed. New York grand juries are composed of 16 to 20 jurors, and if you can convince just 4 or 5 of them to agree with you, your case can be dismissed. Even if you lose at the grand jury, you still have an opportunity to negotiate a plea or take your case to trial.

Take Advantage of Your Situation

The grand jury indictment is a stage that should not be bypassed. If we request for a client to appear before the grand jury, then, by law, the district attorney cannot oppose this fundamental right. Additionally, you are entitled pursuant to CPL section 190.50 to have the grand jury consider your evidence and your witnesses. Some district attorneys may even be more amenable to a plea bargain after an indictment due to the persuasive defense that was offered before the grand jury.

To discuss your case with an experienced Brooklyn grand jury indictment attorney, call (718) 831-6485 now. Hablamos español.

Qualities that define excellence

  • Personal Attention to Each Case
    Attorney LaFaurie delivers a depth of experience, an undeniable court reputation and a vision for victory.
  • Experienced Trial Attorney
    It has always been the firms position that the best plea bargain only occurs with the best criminal trial lawyer.
  • Effective Advocacy With Proven Results
    From DWI to murder cases, the Law Offices of Wilson Antonio LaFaurie has served the community for over 27 years.
  • Unwavering Dedication
    Even when the evidence is damaging against you, attorney LaFaurie discovers the prevailing road to travel.
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