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Wrongful Convictions

Wrongful Conviction Attorneys in NYC

Turn to Our New York Lawyers ifYou are Under Investigation

One of the most unsettling occurrences in criminal law is the discovery that a person was convicted and sent to prison when he or she was actually innocent and/or was subjected to gross violations of their Constitutional rights. This is referred to as a "wrongful conviction." Unfortunately, wrongful convictions occur more often than many people realize. Brooklyn has seen an ongoing crisis of such convictions, with many people being released from prison after spending years behind bars for crimes of which they never should have been convicted. In order to correct unjust convictions, many prosecutors' offices have created special mechanisms for reviewing claims of innocence and of convictions that have violated Constitutional rights.

If you believe that you or a loved one was wrongfully convicted, you can turn to the Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C. for help. Mr. Bederow can thoroughly re-investigate your case in order to determine if your conviction should be overturned or vacated because of actual innocence, or because of gross deprivation of your Constitutional rights.

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Track Record of Success

When it comes to finding a New York City criminal defense attorney, you can trust that Mr. Bederow has theexperience and knowledge to be able to delve into every facet of your case. He is ready to search for weaknesses and errors that may possibly lead to exoneration.

Here are a few examples of Mr. Bederow's representations in wrongful conviction cases:

Learn more about your options by contacting our office. We can set you up with a confidential review of your case to better understand your situation and build a strong defense on your behalf.

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Case Results

  • Charged with Possession of a Weapon for Making a “3D Prop Gun”

    A Broadway puppet maker charged with possession of a weapon for making a “3D prop gun” had all charges dismissed after we successfully demonstrated to the Manhattan DA that the item was not an operable firearm.

  • Embezzlement

    Represented bookkeeper investigated for theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars from employer. Client avoided criminal charges.

  • DWI Acquittal

    Client acquitted of DWI after trial in Bronx where she was pulled over for speeding and registered a.08% reading on a breathalyzer.

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