New York City Criminal Lawyer Will Meet You in Court 7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year

Press Release provided by Peter J Schaffer on May 27, 2013, May 27, 2013 — NEW YORK — If you are arrested in Manhattan, or anywhere else in the New York City area, you have the right to be seen by a judge within 24 hours. For this reason, the New York City Courts are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It is important that the Courts are open, but what happens when you get in front of a judge is what matters most. You need to hire an experienced New York criminal defense lawyer immediately. If you do not have a qualified retained (private) lawyer at your arraignment, you are at risk of spending hours more in harsh conditions of confinement and may lower your chances of being released without bail.

Peter J. Schaffer has been a practicing trial lawyer in New York City since 1987. Since that time, he has represented thousands of individuals accused of a wide range of crimes, including Driving While Intoxicated ("DWI"), drug charges, burglary, robbery, conspiracy, attempted murder and serious assault. He has conducted hundreds of initial appearances, arraignments, bail arguments, hearings, grand jury proceedings, bench and jury trials in New York City since 1987. If your case is appropriate to be resolved with a plea bargain at arraignment, Peter J. Schaffer will fight to get you the very best deal possible, and protect you from getting a criminal record and being subject to harsh penalties.

Peter J. Schaffer is committed to providing the highest level criminal defense at affordable prices. If you need a lawyer, call Peter J. Schaffer or visit for more information.

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Attorney Peter Schaffer is a Member of The Law Office of Peter J. Schaffer, a law firm in Bronx, New York. As a lawyer in Bronx, NY, attorney Schaffer serves Bronx County, as well as clients throughout New York.
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