Have you been hurt or injured by the negligence or wrong doing of another? We are here to help.
We have the experience and expertise to fight traffic tickets, saving you money from costly insurance fees and time spent in courts.We handle all types of Traffic Violations from stop signs, speeding tickets, cellphone tickets to TLC.
You need an attorney who is versed in local laws and knows how the local judges and prosecutors operate. Our firm handles anything from from petty crimes & misdemeanors to felonies.
New York and New Jersey has some of the strictest DWI and DUI laws. There are also severe penalties for being convicted.You deserve an experienced and well versed criminal lawyer who will go above and beyond to fight for your rights.
Gina M. Wicik (DeLustro) received a bachelors degree from St. Johns University in 2007. In 2011, Gina received her Masters Degree in criminal justice from Long Island University at CW Post Campus. Gina received her JD from Touro Law Center in 2015, and was admitted to practice in the State of New York in January of 2016.
As a law student, Gina interned with both the Nassau and Suffolk County District Attorney’s Offices, where she was able to assess and communicate plea deals on criminal cases. Gina was afforded the opportunity to work under the supervision of an acting Supreme Court Justice and several other attorneys, and law enforcement agencies in helping to start-up the Felony Youth Part in the Suffolk County District Court.
Gina’s practice in the areas of traffic, personal injury and criminal law, have allowed her to have a diversity of cases. She has successfully represented clients on various matters ranging from speeding tickets and DWI’s to domestic violence. Gina has developed a reputation as a serious litigator and works tirelessly for each and every one of her clients.
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