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The Reibstein Law Group is a New York City based firm specializing in criminal defense throughout New York State. We are wholly committed to providing you with the best legal representation possible, at a rate you can afford. To schedule a free consultation at either our Queens or Manhattan office, please call (347) 553-0783, or email us through the “contact” tab located at the top of this page.


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Professional Approach

The Reibstein Law Group strives for and delivers nothing but top-notch legal representation. Mr. Reibstein and his associates are all experienced court room litigators with extensive trial experience.

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Expert Legal Advice

Many people don’t realize that just because someone is a lawyer, that doesn’t mean they necessarily know how to properly represent a client. Lawyers are similar to doctors, they have specific fields that they specialize in.

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Honesty and Integrity

It’s no secret that lawyers don’t have the greatest professional reputation. Everyone’s heard countless lawyer jokes as well as stories of unsatisfied clients who felt their lawyer just strung a case along just so the client would have to pay them more

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Customer Service

Mr. Reibstein is available for criminal case arraignments 24/7. In the event he is out of town or otherwise unavailable, one of the Reibstein Law Group’s several criminal defense associates will be able to represent you no matter what day of the week or what time we are needed.

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Practice Areas

  • Criminal Defense
  • Bankruptcy
  • Personal Injury
  • Traffic Summonses and DMV Issues
  • Business/Contract Disputes
  • Wills, Trusts and Estates
  • Employment Law/Worker Protection

Bio

  • Zachary Reibstein J.D.

    Zachary Reibstein began his career in 2002 as a paralegal with the Queens County District Attorney’s Office. Working in the Intake Bureau, Mr. Reibstein was responsible for interviewing police officers, crime victims and witnesses in order to decide what charges, if any, were to be brought.

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