Suffolk Office:
(631) 789-3476
Nassau Office:
(516) 741-3476
Emergency Number:
(516) 848-4649
AVAILABLE 24/7
Suffolk Office:
(631) 789-3476
Nassau Office:
(516) 741-3476
Emergency Number:
(516) 848-4649
AVAILABLE 24/7

Organized Crime Investigation Closed

A hard-working local business owner with questionable friends was pulled into a New York City organized crime investigation. After months of back and forth with the prosecutor’s office and the strong case made by James Pascarella, the investigation regarding the...

Drugs Suppressed, Case Dismissed

Police searched the vehicle of a client and arrested him after they found a quantity of drugs. At a hearing, James Pascarella vigorously cross-examined the police officers involved, and, after argument, the presiding judge found that the drugs were obtained by the...

Woman’s Burglary Case Dismissed

The client was charged with burglarizing a neighbor’s home and accused of stealing an ancient Egyptian mummy head. After months of negotiation with the prosecution, James was able to point out the flaws in the Prosecutor’s case, and the case was ultimately dismissed.

Sex Case Dismissed

The client was a 75 year old man wrongfully accused of molesting a 10 year old girl. James Pascarella immediately sent out investigators to conduct interviews of key witnesses with whom the police neglected to speak. Based on his rigorous advocacy and the statements...

Domestic Violence Case Dismissed

During a contentious divorce, the client’s wife, through false allegations, obtained an order of protection and, subsequently, had her husband charged with assault. James Pascarella skillfully cross-examined the wife and presented compelling evidence at a pre-trial...

Woman Acquitted After Trial for Assault

A woman was attacked by her husband’s lover and defended herself. Because the other woman was the first to call the police, the client was arrested. At trial, James Pascarella successfully presented a case of self-defense, and the client was found “Not...

Confession Suppressed

The client was charged with burglary of a home and was facing 15 years in prison. James Pascarella challenged the admissibility of his client’s “confession,” asserting that it was wrongfully obtained, in violation of the client’s Sixth Amendment rights. After...
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