Do you speak Chinese, Japanese or Hungarian?
Cimasi Law is excited to enhance our services with a multilingual attorney fluent in Chinese, Japanese, and Hungarian, specializing in criminal law and assisting first generation Americans. This expansion ensures that non-English speakers can now access expert legal assistance without language barriers. Trust Cimasi Law to navigate the complexities of your case with linguistic precision and legal expertise.
Defending The Rights Of Western New Yorkers
If you have been arrested or received a traffic citation, you need to defend yourself. No interaction with law enforcement is too minor to take seriously. There are too many hidden pitfalls to pleading guilty without taking the time to learn more about your rights.
What might seem like only a slap on the wrist could add up to more severe consequences in the future: your outcome and your future matter. Do not move forward with your case without speaking to an attorney first.
Help Is Available Anytime
Help is available from a lawyer at Cimasi Law Office any time of the day or night. We accept phone calls 24/7 to ensure that you receive help as soon as you need it. You and your loved ones have a right to speak to an attorney from the moment of arrest.
Call now: 716-267-6430. Leave a voicemail if no answer, and we will return your call shortly.
Free Consultations Are Available Now
To ensure that you are fully informed of your rights, we offer free initial consultations to all who contact us. Call 716-267-6430 or send an email to get in touch. Appointments are available over the phone, in person at our Amherst office, or we can travel to you.
Do not hesitate to learn more about your rights.
Meet Our Team
Learn more about the Cimasi Law Office team by clicking on the links.
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