Robert Reuland is a criminal defense attorney in New York City
We represent clients charged with any crime
We have handled every sort of case from the most minor misdemeanor to theft to domestic violence to sex crimes to first degree murder. As both a prosecutor and as a defense attorney, Robert Reuland has litigated hundreds of cases charging every manner of crime in New York State.
Our goal is to represent you aggressively with professionalism and zeal and the urgency you deserve. We understand that when faced with criminal charges you feel your world has been turned upside down. You want a professional who can guide you, treat you respectfully, but most import who knows the law and has the experience you can rely upon.
What we do
With twenty years experience, Robert Reuland can handle any criminal case charged under New York law, including:
- Homicide, including Murder, Attempted Murder, Manslaughter, and Criminally Negligent Homicide
- Violent crimes, including Assault, Harrassment, and Hate Crimes
- Sex crimes, including Rape, Sex Abuse, Date Rape, Sexual Misconduct, Sodomy, Statutory Rape, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child
- Weapons offenses
- Robbery and theft charges, included Armed Robbery, Grand Larceny, Shoplifting, Grand Theft Auto
- Burglary and criminal trespass
- Domestic violence charges, including Assault, Harassment, and violations of orders of protection
- Drug and narcotics charges, including possession and sale of controlled substances
- Drunk driving charges, including DUI and DWI
- White collar crimes, including Fraud, Insurance Fraud, Embezzlement, Welfare Fraud, Medicare and Medicaid Fraud
- Computer and Internet crimes
- Juvenile Offenses
- Pre-arrest negotiation with the police of district attorney and Grand Jury representation
- Desk Appearance Tickets (DATs)
We also handle Federal crimes, including such crimes as:
- Computer crimes
- White Collar
- Money Laundering
Be advised that crimes charged by the Federal government are separate from those that can be charged by New York State. While sometimes similar, Federal law differs from State law in many ways.
For a discussion of the criminal process in the Federal system, follow this link.
A fuller discussion of the State criminal process is available here.