The Highest of Stakes: Fighting Criminal Allegations

Your family, your reputation, your freedom. These are the most important things in life. Make no mistake, they are all at risk when you stand accused of a criminal offense. Unfortunately, you cannot go back in time and prevent the allegation or arrest.

What you can do is hire an aggressive criminal defense attorney committed to fighting for you and what matters most. Adam Bolotin is that attorney. Whether it is convincing the prosecutor to dismiss your case, a judge to suppress the incriminating evidence, or a jury to find you not guilty, Adam will be there striving to achieve the best outcome for you and your family.

Areas of Expertise

Practice Areas

Gun Cases

Drug Cases

Federal Criminal Defense

Sex Crimes

SBA & PPP Fraud

Misdemeanors

Expungements and Clemency Petitions

Criminal Appeals

What To Do If Contacted by the Police

We can all say that we will never commit a crime. But no one can guarantee they will never be accused of committing one.

Good people end up in bad situations. Don’t make the situation worse by going at it alone.

If you or a loved one have been contacted by the police, don’t hesitate, call Mr. Bolotin immediately and get the representation you deserve.

Call to ask any question CH: (312) 626-2602 or NY: (646) 368-8688

Call to ask any question

CH: (312) 626-2602 or NY: (646) 368-8688

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A Plea Is The Last Option, Not The First

Pleading guilty should be the last option, not the first. Some lawyers are too eager to negotiate with the prosecution. Mr. Bolotin is not that lawyer.

Mr. Bolotin begins every case with the mindset that he can beat the case and win your freedom outright. As Mr. Bolotin reviews the evidence, he develops carefully crafted defenses that incorporate sophisticated pretrial motions to suppress and compelling trial strategies. Mr. Bolotin will aggressively defend your rights and only considers negotiating pleas as a last resort.

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