Welcome to Jasne & Florio, L.L.P.
White Plains leaders in criminal, civil, and commercial litigation Since 2001, Jasne & Florio, L.L.P. has been recognized as a leading litigation law firm in criminal, civil and commercial matters in the New York metro area. Our attorneys are experienced, dedicated, and tenacious litigators who vigorously fight for justice on behalf of individuals and businesses. Your interests are our top priority. We meticulously prepare and research each case using a team approach. With two former prosecutors in the firm, we know how the opposition builds cases and we know how to prepare a solid defense. We work tirelessly to achieve a just resolution for you. No client is treated like a number at this New York law firm We pride ourselves on being accessible to you. As our client, you will receive unsurpassed personal attention from initial consultation to resolution of your case. We strive to provide high quality representation at affordable rates. If you think you have a legal claim or need to defend yourself against one, contact Jasne & Florio L.L.P. without delay, since the law restricts the time you have to take legal action. Our attorneys are ready to help with your legal matters in the following areas: Personal injury Medical malpractice Product liability Civil and commercial litigation Criminal defense Collections Judgment enforcement Appeals in both criminal and civil matters Real estate Enforcing creditors rights in bankruptcy proceedings Serving clients in the New York metro area Jasne & Florio, L.L.P. serves individuals and businesses in the State of New York, the New York City area, including all five boroughs of New York City and Westchester, Nassau, Putnam, Orange, Rockland, and Dutchess Counties. Contact us To discuss your legal needs and to determine how we can help, contact Jasne & Florio L.L.P.. We offer free initial consultations, have bilingual staff (Spanish language) and offer flexible evening and weekend appointments. We have reasonable fees, including flat rates, hourly fees, contingency fees or hybrid fees, depending upon the nature of the matter. Attorney Advertising This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed as formal legal advice, nor does it establish an attorney/client relationship.
30 Glenn Street, Suite 103
White Plains NY 10603
Aggressive New York criminal defense attorneys Whether you are accused of a state or federal crime, DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), DUI (Driving Under the Influence), BWI (Boating While Intoxicated), or a traffic violation, Jasne & Florio, L.L.P. provides you with an aggressive defense. If convicted, you can be subject to jail time, large fines, or probation, or be ordered to pay money to the victims of a crime as restitution. A conviction may also result in consequences at your place of work, or affect your immigration status. With two former prosecutors on staff, we have the knowledge and experience to help you negotiate a plea bargain, navigate the criminal justice system, and prepare your defense, from ticketing or arrest through the state and federal appeals processes, in the following types of cases: DWI/DUI/Boating While Intoxicated or Traffic violations Depending on the severity of your traffic offense, you may be sentenced to jail time, suffer the suspension or loss of your driver's license, and be charged heavy fines. Theses types of cases may include: DWI/DUI/Boating While Intoxicated Speeding tickets Reckless driving Road rage Driving with a suspended license We take your boating and traffic violations and offenses as seriously as you do, and help you mount your best defense. Felonies An arrest for a crime classified as a felony can subject you to serious consequences, including a prison sentence, loss of rights, fines, and other penalties. Felony charges can include: Assault and battery Arson Burglary Illegal drug possession and drug sales Illegal weapons possession Racketeering Grand theft, larceny, embezzlement Domestic violence and other violent crimes You need an aggressive team to vigorously prepare your defense, develop your strategy, fight your charges, and protect your rights from arrest through the appellate process. We can also make an application on your behalf for relief from civil disabilities after any sentence is served. Misdemeanors A conviction for a misdemeanor is a serious matter that can subject you to jail time of up to one year, among other penalties. These offenses can include: Disorderly conduct Domestic violence Theft Receiving stolen property Criminal damage to property Marijuana possession or sales White-collar crimes In the troubled economic climate that we face, complaints of economic or other white collar crimes are on the rise. We fight for your rights when you have been charged with: Embezzlement Perjury Bribery Larceny Blackmail or extortion Computer fraud Racketeering Obstruction of justice We are ready to come to your defense. Contact us For aggressive representation on your criminal defense case, contact Jasne & Florio.
Mr. Jasne is a founding partner of the firm and a graduate of New York Law School. He holds an undergraduate degree from New York University. Upon graduating from law school, he was appointed an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, where he served for approximately five years with distinction. Since leaving the District Attorney's Office, Mr. Jasne has engaged in private practice, primarily in the areas of criminal and civil litigation. Mr. Jasne is responsible for the firm's commercial-creditor bankruptcy practice. Mr. Jasne is a member of the New York State Bar and admitted to the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
New York Law School, J.D., 1988
New York University, Masters of Economics, (a.b.t.)
New York University, B.A., Economics, 1981
Bronx High School of Science, 1977
New York, 1989
United States District Court, Southern District of New York, 1993
United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, 1993
United States Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit, 2006
American Bar Association