• Your Criminal Defense Attorney in

    Rockland County,
    Hudson Valley, &
    New York City.

Rockland County Criminal Defense Attorney

Facing Criminal Charges? My Firm Can Help!

If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense, you are likely concerned about your future, and with good reason. The criminal justice system imposes heavy penalties on those who are convicted of a criminal offense. There is an ongoing crackdown on crime, and police task forces focus on identifying, arresting, and convicting those engaged in criminal activities throughout Rockland County, NYC, Hudson Valley, and New York State. My firm, the Law Office of William J. Reddy, is committed to providing high quality, aggressive legal representation to those who are in trouble with the law and need a criminal lawyer who will fight for their cause.

As a former Senior Assistant District Attorney and narcotics prosecutor, I have an in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system that is uncommon in a criminal lawyer. I have a successful track record defending the criminally accused and am recognized by my peers as an accomplished criminal defense lawyer capable of successfully defending clients in complex cases. When you want to ensure that you have an attorney who will take your case in hand, find the best possible strategy for you, and present a compelling case in court, I urge you to contact my firm.

Take advantage of your FREE case review! Call (845) 834-4420 today to contact a Rockland County criminal defense lawyer from my firm.

My defense firm, located in New City, proudly serves people in Clarkstown, New York City, and Hudson Valley. I am able to handle cases in the Clarkstown Justice Court, Orangetown Justice Court, Ramapo Justice Court, Spring Valley Justice Court, Town of Haverstraw Justice Court, Village of Nyack Justice Court, and all other New York state courts.

"My defense firm proudly serves clients in Rockland County, New York City, and Hudson Valley. I am able to handle cases in the Clarkstown Justice Court, Orangetown Justice Court, Ramapo Justice Court, and all other New York state courts."

You Have the Right to an Attorney

Even Before You Say Anything

The most proactive thing you can do to protect your rights, especially to protect yourself from self-incrimination or a false confession, is to hire an experienced attorney, particularly one with a lighter caseload than an overburdened public defender. If you work with me, I will know exactly how to protect your constitutional rights throughout the criminal defense process.

I have personally handled narcotics cases and worked as lead prosecutor in wiretap investigations. I understand criminal trials as both a former prosecutor and as a defense attorney. As a defender, I have a proven track record and have even won acquittals for my clients, which is a rare thing in New York’s suburban court system. There is no substitute for experience at trial. If you have been criminally accused, you can’t afford to have anything less than a proven, talented trial lawyer on your side. Call (845) 834-4420 to schedule your free defense consultation with my firm today!

A Track Record of Not Guilty Verdicts

  • People v. C.P.

    Client Found Not Guilty On All Charges

  • People v. J.D.

    Client Found Not Guilty On All Charges

  • People v. R.V.

    Client Found Not Guilty On All Charges

  • People v. S.B.

    Client Found Not Guilty On All Charges

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Do I Choose the Right Lawyer?

    There is no substitute for experience. It would be best to know that your defense attorney is a veteran of the criminal justice system with a proven success record. You need an attorney who can aggressively and skillfully represent you in trial if the need arises. Unlike other Rockland County defense lawyers, I am a former Senior Assistant District Attorney and former narcotics prosecutor. I am backed by the high-level, trial-tested, and successful experience in which you can be confident.

  • Will I Be Sentenced to Jail or Prison?

    After reviewing your case, an experienced defense attorney can help you know what to expect, but in general, you can expect incarceration as a potential penalty if you face felony or federal charges. In such cases, you could even face decades of imprisonment. Even for misdemeanor charges, however, you could face up to a year of jail time. Don't put your freedom at risk. Talk to a Rockland County defense lawyer to discuss what you're up against and what your options are.

  • What If I Am Innocent?

    Unfortunately, innocence is not its own, automatic defense. The grim reality is that many innocent people are sitting in jail. You need a legal advocate who believes in your innocence, and who can gather and convincingly present evidence to counter the prosecutor and assert your innocence in the courtroom.