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Criminal Law Lawyer in Orange County, NY

At the Greher Law Offices, P.C., we work with adults and juveniles in criminal law cases. Our attorneys have over 60 years of experience, so we have the legal background to give you the good representation you need. We work with our clients every step of the way to protect their rights.

Contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. Call 845-567-1002.

Aggressive Representation

Our attorneys — Andrew Greher, and Warren Greher — represent New York clients in felonies, misdemeanor and violations. Andrew is a former Orange County Assistant District Attorney, so he knows what to expect from the other side and prepares his cases accordingly.

Our lawyers all have extensive experience and a working knowledge of the law and its application. We have the ability to find the appropriate resolution to cases.

What to Expect From Your Lawyer

It’s important to work with an attorney who will communicate with you through every step of the legal process. At the Greher Law Offices, P.C., we will evaluate your case using our experience so that you know what to expect throughout the case. We want you to make informed decisions about your cases, so we will advise you along the way.

We will talk with you to understand the facts and circumstances surrounding your incident or arrest, and we will advise you about realistic goals and what our aggressive representation can do for you.

Contact a Criminal Law Attorney

To protect your rights, schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers. We will complete and file all the necessary paperwork, and someone from the firm will be with you at every court appearance.
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What Our Clients Say

Get the outcome you deserve

At Greher Law Offices, we built our reputation by protecting our clients through aggressive representation—ensuring the best outcome possible.
Criminal Law
June ’19, achieved a non-violent criminal disposition for a defendant charged with the violent felony of Murder in the Second Degree