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We Can Help You Withdraw A Guilty Plea

Once you have plead guilty to a crime, that does not have to be the end of the line. You may believe you are not guilty, but you may also feel like your case is hopeless; however, we are here to tell you it is not.

At Robert D. DiDio & Associates, we have over 30 years of experience working on criminal cases. We have a full understanding of how New York courts work, and we will do what we can to bring a positive resolution to your case.

Understanding A Guilty Plea Withdraw

Our Queens lawyers have a lot of experience in trying to overturn an already negotiated plea agreement. We understand that previous guilty plea can have serious consequences for your future. We will work to file a motion to attempt to get it withdrawn. We can help you withdraw guilty pleas for crimes of simple possession and theft all the way up to murder. You can withdraw a guilty plea if:

  • Your constitutional rights were violated.
  • You were not in your right state of mind.
  • A prejudicial conduct occurred during the trial.
  • There is new DNA evidence that proves your innocence.
  • The court did not have proper jurisdiction to try the case.

Changing or withdrawing a guilty plea will not be easy, and it is not guaranteed. A judge will consider several factors when deciding on your motion. However, if our lawyers are successful, you could have a second chance at life. Defending our clients’ constitutional rights is our No. 1 priority. We will listen to your case and argue for you in and out of court.

Looking To Withdraw A Guilty Plea? We Can Help.

Our compassionate criminal law attorneys want to do all they can to see our clients succeed. To set up a free and confidential consultation, give us a call at 917-300-0984 or send us an email. We have someone available to answer calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

¿Se habla español? La oficina de la ley de Robert DiDio tiene el personal de habla hispano para ayudar al cliente con asuntos de defensa criminal y apelaciones.