Attorney Andrew DeLuca
Andrew DeLuca has been practicing law in the New York Capital District Area for more than ten years. A former Assistant Public Defender, Attorney DeLuca has handled various 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.
Criminal Defense Attorney
Attorney Andrew 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. He also recently obtained a Not Guilty Verdict on Murder in the Second Degree Charge in Saratoga County Court.
Personal Injury Lawyer
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 various personal injury matters, including injuries sustained as a result of 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.
Why Choose The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca?
Proven Track Record – Attorney Andrew DeLuca has consistently and successfully defended clients accused of crimes and represented victims of negligence in personal injury cases.
We Know the Local Courts – Mr. DeLuca has extensive experience in courts across Upstate NY, including Albany County, Fulton County, Montgomery County, Rensselaer County, Saratoga County, Schenectady County, Warren County, Washington County.
Free Consultations – Request a free and confidential consultation with Attorney Andrew DeLuca.
Personal Service – You will be represented by attorney Andrew DeLuca, not passed off to an inexperienced junior associate like you could be at a large law firm.