Individualized Representation For Every Case
At Jeffrey L. Hersh, Attorney at Law, we strive to build a close working relationship with every client. This collaborative approach allows Mr. Hersh to give clients a unique legal strategy that puts them in control of major case decisions. He fights to get clients the best possible outcome for their cases, including those involving criminal defense, family law and traffic tickets. Our Westchester law firm represents people across New York and Connecticut, including White Plains, New Rochelle, New York City, Mount Vernon, Stamford, Greenwich and Fairfield.To learn more about why Mr. Hersh is the right lawyer for your case, click the link below:
An Attorney Who Understands The Ever-Changing Nature Of The Law
Mr. Hersh is actively involved in the state law-making process and has a comprehensive understanding of how to best position your case. He also has nearly a decade of legal experience and a passion for defending his clients’ rights. His commitment to constant legal education and high-quality service means that you can leave legal matters to Mr. Hersh, while you focus on moving forward with your life.
Our lawyer is a knowledgeable advocate for many types of cases, including:
- Misdemeanors, felonies and other crimes
- DUI/DWI charges
- Family law matters such as divorce and child custody disputes
- Traffic tickets and license suspensions
Mr. Hersh is an active member of the legal community and works closely with many local attorneys. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, Fairfield County Bar Association and Brandeis Society of Westchester County.
Mr. Hersh is also of counsel to the law firm of Gaines, Novick, Ponzini, Cossu & Venditti, LLP.
We Will Manage The Stress Of Your Case
Criminal and family law cases can take time, and clients can feel overwhelmed by the emotional process. We will act as a buffer in these stressful cases and will handle every detail of your case. Our clients say that we are friendly, available and punctual and that the legal process was easier than they expected.