State and Federal Litigation
At Campanelli & Associates, P.C., we offer experienced representation in prosecuting and defending civil cases in all Courts throughout the State of New York, and in Federal cases throughout the United States.
Qui Tam (whistleblower) Litigation Nationwide
There are huge rewards for exposing fraud against the federal government.
Under federal law, if you have personal knowledge that an individual, business, city, county or town has provided false information to obtain money from the federal government, you may file a claim to recover more than triple the amount of monies defrauded from the government.
Civil Rights Litigation
Under the United States Constitution, no individual, business or corporation may be deprived of a liberty or property interest without due process of law, and they are contemporaneously veiled with the right to equal protection under the laws of the United States and each respective individual state.
Select Criminal Defense
Armed with our experience in civil rights actions, U.S. Constitutional law and criminal defense, we offer representation defending select criminal matters.
More specifically, our criminal defense practice concentrates upon criminal prosecutions which are politically motivated and/or are inherently without merit.
Cell Tower Opposition Nationwide
As an individual, association or municipality, you have the right to fight against sustaining the adverse consequences which you may suffer in the event that a Cell Tower were to be installed in close proximity to your home, or in your community.
Civil Forfeiture Prosecution
Our firm offers experienced representation to municipalities and claiming authorities, not only in the prosecution of civil forfeiture actions, but in setting up civil forfeiture programs in their entirety.
Civil Forfeiture Defense
“. . . . as claiming authority, shall have a claim for civil forfeiture of the instrumentality of a crime, proceeds of a crime, or substitute proceeds of a crime . . .”
Our firm offers representation defending civil forfeiture actions in both state and federal courts. We have defended hundreds of civil forfeiture actions with a success rate in excess of ninety percent (90%).1
1. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
Civil and Criminal Appeals
An appeal is a request for a high court to review and reverse or alter a lower court’s decision. They are typically filed in cases within which a party loses their case, or is unhappy with a decision or judgment made by the lower court and the party believes that the court made an error of fact or law, or that the existing law which was applied by the lower court should be modified, extended or reversed.