State Criminal Law

Muslim State Attorney in New York

Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim. Praise be to God. Blessings and peace upon the messenger, and his family and companions.

Allah Almighty said: “O My worshipers who believe, My earth is vast, therefore worship Me!” {AlAnkabout:56}. Additionally,  the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, said: "And I command you with five that Allah commanded me: Listening and obeying Jihad, Hijrah (immigration), and the Jama'ah.”

Criminal law concerns the system of legal rules that define what conduct is classified as a crime and how the government may prosecute individuals that commit crimes. Federal, state, and local governments all have penal codes that explain the specific crimes that they prohibit and the punishments that criminals may face. Individuals who violate federal, state, and local laws may face fines, probation, or incarceration. Lawsuits against criminals are initiated by prosecuting attorneys who act on behalf of the government to enforce the law. A crime is any act or omission of an act in violation of a law forbidding or commanding it. Most crimes are defined by statute, and they vary tremendously across different states and counties. Contact our Muslim State Attorney in New York in order to be provided with an aggressive criminal defense and to safeguard your rights and freedom in NY

As the consequences of criminal convictions have become numerous, the practice of criminal law has increasingly become a very nuanced specialty. Not only may a defendant who is convicted of a crime face a prison sentence, but he or she also may suffer adverse collateral effects from the conviction, including deportation, professional delicensure, loss of the right to obtain a student loan or disqualification from a government program. Thus, the criminal law practitioner needs to know more than evidence, procedure, and sentencing prescribed by law. The practitioner must know the nonpunitive collateral consequences of a criminal conviction. New York state’s Penal law encompasses three types of offenses: violations, misdemeanors and felonies. Violations are punishables by up to 15 days in jail and/or fine of $250; misdemeanors, by a maximum of one year and/or fine pursuant to penal Law sec. 80; and felonies by any state prison sentence in excess of one year and a fine pursuant to Penal Law sec. 80.

 We know how to fight even the most serious of charges. Let us build you a strong defense.

So much is at stake in criminal cases. We are committed to safeguarding your rights and freedoms.

Call us today at  (+1) 347-763-93-96 or you can visit our office located at 464 Ocean parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11218

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