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Kurkowski Law -- Criminal Defense

Representation by a former prosecutor

Finding yourself accused of a crime is a very serious matter. If you or someone you know has been accused of a crime, it is important to have a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney to properly defend your case. If you have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense, it is important to act immediately and take steps to safeguard your rights. 

Daniel Kurkowski is a former prosecutor. He understands the nuances of the criminal legal system, from initial investigations, to indictment, to discovery, and to the trial. These aspects ultimately affect the final outcome of your case. The benefit to our clients is this: your attorney has argued both sides of the courtroom.

Daniel Kurkowski’s experience as a prosecutor gives you the advantage of an attorney who can think like the opposition and anticipate their strategy, while protecting your rights. He knows what evidence it takes to prove these crimes and when the State lacks this necessary proof. Furthermore, by choosing a former prosecutor, you will have an attorney with extensive trial experience defending your case.  Hiring a former prosecutor gives you the inside advantage.

Kurkowski Law represents those accused of crime, whether it be the most serious of indictable offenses or simple traffic tickets. The attorneys at Kurkowski Law understand that law enforcement personnel make mistakes or stray from proper procedures. These variances from criminal codes and procedures may result in infringement upon your rights.  The attorneys at Kurkowski Law can also help you with appeals, post-conviction relief, expungements, license restoration and bail reductions. 

If you have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense, act immediately and take steps to safeguard your rights by calling an experienced criminal defense attorney at Kurkowski Law.



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