WELCOME TO THE LAW OFFICES OF GERALD DI CHIARA
New York City Criminal Defense Attorney
Gerald J. Di Chiara has been successfully practicing and defending people accused of Federal and State Court criminal charges for more than 30 years.
Have you been arrested or charged with a crime, even a high profile crime? Besides the most serious concern, your liberty, is your personal, business or professional status at risk?
Do you need an attorney who is experienced in defending people charged with larceny, money laundering, wire or mail fraud, securities, medicare, no -fault, mortgage, election or tax fraud? A lawyer who has successfully tried murder, assault, drug trafficking and driving while intoxicated cases?
Have you already been convicted by the media? Have other lawyers told you that your case was “hopeless” and that you should just plead guilty? Do you want an attorney to fight diligently for your rights? If so, you need to retain the law office of Gerald Di Chiara.
At the office of Gerald Di Chiara, in New York, we pride ourselves in our record of handling criminal cases and developing effective strategies leading to the best possible results, for our clients. Our clients respect the ability to think outside the box and to craft successful arguments for their defense. Contact us to schedule a confidential meeting to discuss your case.
Our attorney meticulously examine the facts of your case, leaving no stone unturned in our efforts to develop an effective defense strategy. We aggressively and progressively advocate for all of our clients, many of whom consider us family by the time their case is resolved. Because we believe that every criminal defendant is an individual with unique circumstances, we provide every case and every client with our highest level of personal attention.
At the law offices of Gerald Di Chiara, we know that you can be arrested or charged at any time, day or night. We keep extremely flexible hours and are available to take your case when called. Contact us for zealous advocacy to protect your constitutional rights and liberty.