Are you facing civil or criminal
charges? Hiring a skilled criminal defense attorney is your best
chance that you'll be well defended and represented in court. Ask
questions and make sure that you understand your rights throughout
the criminal defense process. Kaston & Aberle, LLP
your questions and best represent you in a criminal defense case.
Kaston & Aberle LLP is a team of
attorneys, dedicated to the defense our clients accused of crimes.
For anyone facing charges, no matter what the crime, it is important
to be well informed. Conviction of a criminal offense potentially can
result in potentially long-term, catastrophic damages and severe
penalties. Hire an experienced defense team. Call today for a free
Timing is critical. Therefore, it is
crucial that you speak to one of our New York criminal defense
attorneys immediately. Even a small violation can have serious
consequences impacting your future. Our expert defense attorneys'
team is familiar with a broad range of criminal cases including
felonies, misdemeanors, traffic and driving while intoxicated
offenses. Call now for your legal defense consultation.
You can be confident that no matter the
charges you may be pressed against you, our team is experienced. We
will go above and beyond to ensure that your rights are protected.
Rest assured; we understand how overwhelmingly intimidating the
judicial system of New York Criminal Law can seem to the defendant.
You can trust Kaston & Aberle, LLP as your advocate in your time
of legal need.
Kaston & Aberle LLP will serve as
your advocate and aggressively defend to ensure that your voice is
heard. Our attorneys are board certified criminal law specialists.
This classification distinguishes our team as true criminal defense
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Understanding the basics of criminal
will give you a better chance of favorable results. There
are two levels of law in the United States; civil law and criminal
law. Both cases have a plaintiff who begins the complaint process and
the accused defendant who defends against the accusation. Some cases
can feature both criminal and civil components. Let Kaston &
Aberle, LLP advise you in both cases.
Civil cases require the plaintiff is
obliged to prove through demonstrable evidence that there was a
violation of civil law. A judge decides most civil matters; however,
some are tried by a jury. The outcome or result of a civil case may
require the payment of monetary damages or the court may order the
defendant to do or no longer continue to do something. Kaston &
Aberle, LLP are experts in civil law cases call us today for a
consultation and let our experience work to your advantage.
Criminal cases are considered crimes
against the state, so in a criminal case, the role of the plaintiff
is either the state or federal government. The party accused of
committing a crime in a criminal trial is known as the defendant. In
Criminal cases, guilt must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt by the
prosecution. The burden of proof in a criminal case is much higher
than in similar civil cases. Contact the law offices of Kaston &
Aberle LLP for a free criminal defense consultation.