Mr. Schaffer has represented clients charged with a diverse range of criminal conduct including: Arson, Assault, Attempted Murder, Burglary, Conspiracy, Counterfeiting, Drugs, Firearms, DUI and DWI, Forgery, Fraud, Money Laundering, Motor Vehicle Offenses, Murder, Obstruction of Justice, Parole and Probation Revocation, Racketeering, Robbery, Sex Crimes, Stolen Property, Trespass, Weapons and Witness Tampering.
PETER J. SCHAFFER has conducted hundreds of hearings, jury and bench trials and has represented clients in numerous grand jury proceedings. He has also tried a number of civil rights cases in the United States District Courts and personal injury cases. Mr. Schaffer is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Bronx County Bar Association. He is also a member in good standing of the Criminal Justice Administration Panel for the U.S. District Court for Eastern District of New York and the U.S. District Court in Connecticut, and the Assigned Counsel Plan for the Appellate Division, First Department in New York City.
Mr. Schaffer has appeared on national television on The Nancy Grace Show on CNN Headline News, COURT TV, and "IN SESSION" on truTV as a guest commentator. He has been heard on Bloomberg Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio as an expert in criminal law and trial practice. He has also been a guest lecturer in criminal law at CUNY Law School in New York City.
PETER J. SCHAFFER is committed to providing the highest level of professional representation to his clients. If you or someone you know is charged with a Federal or State crime or is being investigated by Federal or State authorities, call (718) 585-4444 now to schedule an initial consultation.
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