Areas We Serve
Welcome to The Law Office of Kevin T. Conway. Our Spring Valley law firm represents the needs of clients from Rockland County and the greater New York area facing a variety of legal matters. Kevin T. Conway helps clients overcome criminal and municipal charges, including Rockland County DUI/DWI, drug offenses, juvenile matters, violent crimes, sex crimes, and traffic violations, and more. Kevin T. Conway also represents the interests of clients that need legal services related to estate, commercial, and zoning law matters. If you need a firm dedicated to clients and passionate about the law, contact The Law Office of Kevin T. Conway.
Our firm has over 30 years of experience fighting for those in dire situations. We will work tirelessly to resolve your criminal or municipal matter in the best way possible. Our firm leaves judgement at the door while we work to better your situation. When you get to know our legal team, you will be glad you chose the right Rockland County law firm.
At The Law Office of Kevin T. Conway, every case is paramount. We offer our clients the personalized attention that eases stress and lets them know that they are in the right hands. Our Spring Valley firm celebrates an esteemed reputation for passion and excellence driven by our satisfied clients and our proven results.
If you need passionate, dedicated, and effective representation for your legal matter, contact Kevin T. Conway. We would be honored to serve your needs.
Licensed in the Tri-State area
Kevin T. Conway is licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut to serve your needs wherever you may be.
Experience You Can Trust
With over 30 years of legal experience, Kevin T. Conway knows the ins and outs of law to guide you with ease.
Kevin T. Conway uses an individualized approach to make sure your case gets the attention it deserves.
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When it comes to legal matters, you have a lot of decisions to make. Learn about all your options with the lawyer who cares.
Experienced In Many Areas of Law
From criminal law to zoning regulation, most of your needs can be met in one place with Kevin T. Conway.
If you have been caught driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you have a lot to consider about your legal situation. Most of these violations are criminal matters and you need an effective criminal attorney. Whether you have been arrested on you first DWI or your third, you are facing serious consequences. If you are convicted of a DWI, DWAI-Drug, DWAI-Combination, or aggravated DWI, you could have a criminal record that will affect the rest of your life.
New York recognizes shoplifting as a crime called larceny. Those who are arrested for larceny have various consequences to face that depend on the circumstances of their case. In many situations, a person stealing small objects from a department store may not realize the serious situation he or she is in when committing larceny. New York is aggressive when hearing these cases, some of which are considered felonies. If you have been charged with a shoplifting charge, depending on what you took and the value of the property, you could face serious penalties and possible jail time.
If you have been charged with a drug offense, you face a range of consequences. Simple marijuana possession is a fine, more of the drug can escalate the charge to a criminal matter. Other drugs like cocaine and heroin, even small amounts area a serious matter. If caught in possession of prescription drugs without the right documentation, you will be charged. Those charged with drug trafficking face some of the most serious consequences of the judicial system.
New York State defines a juvenile as a person under the age of 16 and at least 7 years of age. New York will prosecute people over the age of 16 as adults. Regardless of the age of the person during the trial, if the party was 16 or younger during the commission of the crime, he or she is a juvenile in the eyes of New York. Juvenile crimes are heard in family court instead of criminal or municipal court. A child is considered a “juvenile delinquent” if they need supervision, treatment, or confinement.
Violent crimes are the most serious criminal offenses. New York courts are hostile and aggressive towards violent crime cases. Judges often “throw the book” at offenders, sentencing them to detrimental amounts of jail time. According to the FBI, violent crimes can include murder and manslaughter, robbery, aggravated assault, and forcible rape. New York State has expanded the definition of a violent crime to include burglary, kidnapping, and most sexual assaults.
If you have been issued a traffic ticket on the roads of Rockland County, you should consider your legal options. Even though a speeding ticket seems easy to resolve, an effective attorney may be able to lessen the charges through plea bargaining or get the ticket dismissed, saving you from points on your driving record that impact insurance premiums.