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Attorney Andrew DeLuca
Andrew DeLuca has been practicing law in the Capital District Area for more than ten years. A former Assistant Public Defender, Attorney DeLuca has handled a variety of criminal matters and tried all of Montgomery County’s felony cases over a period of five years. In that time Attorney DeLuca obtained favorable verdicts on drug cases, criminal contempt, burglary, Felony DWI and Criminal Mischief. Following his time as a Public Defender, Attorney DeLuca has helped those in need of a Criminal Defense Attorney throughout the Capital District Area.
Recently Attorney DeLuca has successfully defended Felony matters at trial obtaining Not Guilty verdicts on numerous counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and most recently a Not Guilty Verdict on Murder in the Second Degree Charge in Saratoga County Court.
Mr. DeLuca has also proven himself to be an aggressive and effective legal advocate for the victims of negligence. He has obtained favorable settlements on a variety of personal injury matters, to include injuries sustained as a result motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls and medical negligence. His most recent settlement was in the amount of $474,000 for an eight year old boy who was injured in a motor vehicle accident.
Criminal Defense and Personal Injury
The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca focuses primarily on two areas of law: criminal defense and personal injury law
Saratoga Criminal Defense Attorney
The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca helps those who have been arrested and charged with felonies, misdemeanors and DWIs. We believe that everyone deserves their day in court. We can provide you with peace of mind knowing that you have chosen us to defend you.
Attorney Andrew DeLuca has experience in fighting for clients who have been charged with drug offenses, DWIs, robbery, burglary, grand larceny, sex crimes, assault, probation/parole violations, criminal contempt, murder, disorderly conduct, all traffic law offenses, and more.
Personal Injury Law
Lawyer Andrew DeLuca has experience in every area of personal injury law in the New York Capital Region, including motorcycle and car accidents, construction site accidents, dog bites, traumatic brain injuries, medical negligence, premises liability, slip and falls, among other areas.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you know how fast expenses can add up. Medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and lost wages all take their toll. Intangible side effects like depression and post-traumatic stress can diminish your quality of life. If you can relate, you may be wondering if you have legal recourse beyond an initial insurance claim.
This is where a personal injury lawsuit can prove to be advantageous. If you’ve been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation. Contact The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca in Saratoga Springs NY to learn more.
What Our Clients Say
I had 2 Serious Felony Drug Charges, a Class B and a Class C, and was facing several years in NYS Prison potentially.. Andrew DeLuca was able to get them reduced to a Misdemeanor with 3 years probation. Can not say enough good things about him as a Lawyer.. He was helpful throughout the whole process and during first meeting he was upfront and honest about everything. Would recommend him to ANYBODY who is in trouble and worried about their future. Definitely one of the best in the business and Top Lawyers in the Capital Region! Thanks again Mr. DeLuca for everything.
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