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Law Offices of Robert Briere
New York City Criminal Defense Lawyer

Courtroom showdowns make for great television, but real-life criminal cases are best resolved through a pre-trial dismissal

Robert Briere graduated with Honors from the University of Florida College of Law in 1991.  Upon graduation he immediately began practicing criminal defense and since then has successfully defended thousands of people on both big and small criminal matters.  Some of his high profile cases have been featured in the New York Times, the New York Post, and the New York Daily News. 

While he is a seasoned trial attorney who has represented clients in hundreds of jury trials, bench trials and evidentiary hearings, he understands that most cases are not resolved  through dramatic courtroom show-downs.

Instead, he knows that most clients would rather forgo the stress and risk of a trial in exchange for a lawyer who has a keen sense of their cases' strengths and weaknesses plus a deep understanding of why the client deserves to be treated leniently and with compassion by prosecutors and judges.  It is this dedication to understanding and then imparting and emphasizing his client's strengths --along with the cases weaknesses-- to prosecutors and judges that has led to the pre-trial dismissals of charges against hundreds of his clients.  Hire Robert Briere to get your case quietly dismissed and save the courtroom showdowns for television.

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Welcome to the Law Offices of Robert Briere A New York City criminal defense attorney practicing criminal defense since 1991.  The information within the site is not intended as legal advice.  Always consult a competent lawyer for answers to any legal questions.

A New York City Criminal Defense Attorney experienced in violations of the New York State Penal Law including, shoplifting, assault, controlled substances, domestic violence, conspiracy, disorderly conduct, reckless driving, and white collar offenses.