Criminal Law

New York Criminal Defense Lawyer Joseph F. DeFelice will aggressively defend your rights in a court of law. We can help if you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor of a DUI or a major felony such as domestic violence, robbery, drug charges, arson, burglary or murder. Read more

Immigration Cases

With over 40 years experience Immigration Lawyer Joseph F. DeFelice represents individuals, families, employers and the immigrant community. As a former attorney with the Department of Homeland Security, formerly known as the Immigration and Naturalization Service, he will help you obtain a green card, permanent U.S. citizenship, petition for your spouse or siblings and help with matters of deportation and immigrant employment issues. Read more.

Trials & Appeals

Our Trial and Appeals Lawyer will seek justice for you or a family member who has been wrongly accused or harmed. With experience in hundreds of cases for criminal, civil and immigration, Mr. DeFelice can help you with court appeals, DWI, real estate and immigration hearings. Taking action is critical to build a defense quickly in the first few days of an arrest or before formal charges are made. Former Assistant District Attorney, Mr. DeFelice has a trusted reputation with local judges, prosecutors, probation officers and court staff. Read more.

DUI & DWI Defense

Top rated DUI Lawyer, DeFelice has extensive trial experience, successfully winning acquittals for clients with a DUI or DWI charge due to alleged drug and/or alcohol use. He can navigate the legal system, possibly resulting in a reduced charge or an acquittal freeing you from severe penalties, criminal charges or even get the case dismissed before it begins. Read more.

Domestic Violence

New York Domestic Violence Lawyer Joseph F. DeFelice aggressively represents the accused of a domestic violence arrest or charge. If protective orders have been issued against you prohibiting contact with your spouse or children, our Criminal Defense team will explain your legal options and defend you in court. Read more.