A Former Prosecutor Who Knows How The Other Side Works
Attorney Hannah O’Driscoll has a unique position because she is a former prosecutor. This can benefit your case because she has been on the other side of criminal law cases. Her experiences as an assistant district attorney provided her with an understanding of how prosecutors strategize and how they think about negotiations and plea bargains. This will be a huge asset as she works to resolve your charges.
Aggressive Representation For Criminal Charges
In Nassau County, having an experienced attorney fight your criminal charges is imperative. The The O'Driscoll Law Firm has handled many different cases in criminal courts. No two cases are the same, and Hannah O’Driscoll is determined to find a solution that is the best fit for you. From negotiating a compromise to fighting in court, Hannah is the skilled advocate you need for matters such as:
- Traffic tickets
- Shoplifting/petty larceny
- Insurance coverage consultations
Hannah’s attention to detail has helped clients navigate through the criminal court process for years. She will analyze your situation and work with you to find the best possible solution. Whether you are facing a DUI, are fighting a traffic ticket or have received a desk appearance ticket (DAT), Hannah will answer all of your questions. She also has experience handling domestic violence cases and insurance coverage questions. These are all considered criminal charges, and she understands that the consequences can be severe. Hannah is here to help.
Felonies Vs. Misdemeanors
In the United States, there are two major types of crimes. The punishment is typically based on the seriousness of the offense. Every state is different, and therefore the laws of New York are unique. A felony is considered a serious crime, which means you could be facing time in prison. A misdemeanor is a less serious crime that usually is resolved by a fine. Attorney Hannah O’Driscoll understands how serious these charges are and will fight for you when it matters most.