The Conese Approach

"I keep a suit of armor in my office to symbolize what I do: defend those in need."

Mark Conese

Much like a Medieval knight, a lawyer’s duty is to defend and serve those in need. My suit of armor acts as a reminder of what my duty to you is, and it serves as an indicator that I am always prepared to fight for your case to the last breath. When you’re wearing armor, you feel safe. When you’re with me you’re safe.

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Drunk Driving
Drug Violations
Domestic Violence
Sex Crimes

Child Custody
Child Support
Divorce

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Many do not realize that I help with bankruptcy, estate planning, probate, estate administration and more."
Mark Conese

Although my main areas of focus are family law and criminal defense, I do so much more. I can help with a variety of other problems as well.

If you need help securing your legacy after you die, a lawyer well-versed in estate planning is the best option to make sure all of your belongings are distributed as you please. Without this, the courts will do it as they see fit without your best interest in mind. There is far more that I can help you with, but I can only do so if you call me and explain your situation.

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34 Years of Experience on Your Side

Sound Judgement

When you come to me with a problem, I can tell you what the best option for you is because I’ve essentially seen it all before.

Insider Knowledge

My experience as a judge gives me the insight to know what judges look for in cases and the know how to present your case properly for your benefit.

A Record of Success

I take great pride in my work and have the track record to prove my success. If you want to win, I'm the person you want to hire.

I will counsel you on everything from your case itself to how to dress and behave in the courtroom.

When it comes to winning a legal battle, the lawyer you choose is easily the most important decision you will make, but his or her ability to win a case is not the only thing you should consider. A lawyer should not only have the upper hand in your case but be able to coach and educate you about the courtroom.

When you are in the courtroom, the judge will look for more than just evidence and a solid defense to prove your innocence. He or she will look at your appearance, behavior and demeanor to gauge the kind of person you are and make a decision factoring that in.

For example, someone who got into a fight and broke the other person’s jaw accidentally might receive the minimum sentence if they show remorse. If not, then they risk getting the maximum sentence.

Because these things are so important, I make a point to teach them to all of my clients. I will tell you how to dress, how to carry yourself, what to say and when to say it. Criminal cases are no joke and if the judge sees you are taking your situation seriously, your chances of a better result judgment improve. It’s an underlooked quality of an attorney but an incredibly important one.