Westchester County Misdemeanor Defense Attorneys

Compassionate Representation & Aggressive Advocacy

A misdemeanor charge may not be as serious as a felony, but that does not mean that it should be taken lightly. Even misdemeanors can end up on your permanent criminal record if you are convicted, meaning that employers, financial institutions, and potential landlords will see your charge on background checks. If you are young, this can greatly affect your future and even make you ineligible for student financial aid.

Your future is important, and our Westchester County misdemeanor defense attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience defending hundreds of people throughout their criminal charges. We know that you may be scared or overwhelmed, and we will use our experience to make sure you have legal assistance every step of the way.

Call our office at (914) 712-6878 to seek representation from an experienced attorney. We offer free case evaluations and will even meet with you after-hours in our office in Mount Kisco or White Plains.

Common Misdemeanor Charges in New York

Our founding Westchester County criminal defense lawyer used to be a prosecutor for New York City in the narcotics division before she decided to become a criminal defense lawyer. This means that our attorneys can anticipate the prosecution's case against you, allowing us to help devise the strongest defense possible.

We can help you with a wide variety of misdemeanor charges, including:

No matter your charge, you will know that you have a dedicated team of professionals personally working on your case. Our Westchester County criminal defense lawyers take pride in the personal attention they gives to each matter, and they will talk with you directly to help you navigate every aspect of your charge and trial.

Call us to discuss your legal options with Riebling & Payton, PLLC. We’ll help you decide the best course of action in your misdemeanor case. Contact us now at (914) 712-6878.

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    Marcia Payton
    Marcia began her legal career by working as an Assistant District Attorney in New York City, prosecuting criminal cases in the country's finest and most highly regarded District Attorney's Office - New York County. It was here that Marcia worked with police officers and detectives and learned how a criminal investigation is handled from arrest to trial. Marcia successfully prosecuted thousands of criminal cases while working in the Office of Special Narcotics in New York City, presenting ...
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    Stephen J. Riebling
    “The Court has to say, I have been impressed by Mr. Riebling’s knowledge … and his grasp of the records in this case. It is beyond any that I have seen in any kind of a case similar to this. I am just saying, it’s part of my thinking that someone with your knowledge would be able to understand these things certainly better than I am and perhaps most laymen or even attorneys…” - Westchester Supreme Court Judge Robert Neary Judge Neary was the presiding judge in the murder trial of Lacey Spears. ...

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  • “I absolutely recommend Steve Riebling if you need an attorney.”

    - K.S.
  • “If your kid makes a mistake, I highly recommend hiring Riebling & Payton to defend them.”

    - N.C.
  • “My license is cleared and I didn’t even have to go to court!”

    - Rick

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