Adirondack Region
Tel: (518) 668-3711
Fax: (518) 326-0366
Capital District
Tel: (518) 283-1245
Fax: (518) 326-0366
Email: carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com
Text us @ 518.265.1586
ATTORNEYS AT LAW FOCUSING ON: Speeding tickets, Traffic tickets, DWI / DUI, Criminal Law, Real Property, Trusts & Estates, Wills, Divorce Cases, Family & Matrimonial Law.

MISSION STATEMENT: We represent Upstate New York clients in need of legal services with our three I's of practice; Integrity, Intensity, and Intelligence. Our affordable lawyers maintain local court relationships in and around (but not limited to): Albany, Troy, Schenectady, Cohoes, Lake George, Colonie, Guilderland, East Greenbush, Mechanicville, Latham, Watervliet, Rensselaer, Glens Falls, Saratoga Springs, Amsterdam, Kinderhook & Hudson.

EXPERIENCE: Having proudly served the Capital District & the Adirondacks for over 35 years, our clientele and courts have increased vastly. Give us a call or email us at carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com for a free consultation.

Capital District
Tel: (518) 283-1245
Fax: (518) 326-0366
Adirondack Region
Tel: (518) 668-3711
Fax: (518) 326-0366

Serving the Capital Region

Albany Skyline

The attorneys and staff at Carbone & Carbone LLP are life long residents and members of the Capital Region community. They intimately know the different cities, towns and villages throughout Upstate New York and have appeared in virtually all their local justice courts.

Being familiar with the different styles, personalities, and nuances of local justice courts ultimately allows Carbone & Carbone LLP the ability to better serve their clients.

Please contact us our office at (518) 283-1245 or email carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com with any questions.

Serving the Adirondacks

Lake George

The Adirondacks, and more specifically, the Lake George Region, has been a very special place to both Martin and Marty Carbone. Since 1981, the Carbone's have spent considerable time vacationing on Lake George and since 2001, Martin Carbone, Sr. has made Lake George his home.

Carbone & Carbone LLP are proud to represent those with legal needs in Warren, Washington, Saratoga, and Essex counties. They intimately know the different cities, towns and villages throughout New York's Adirondack Region and have appeared in virtually all their local justice courts.

Please contact us our office at (518) 668-3711 or carbonelaw@nycap.rr.com with any questions.

Featured Articles

How to Avoid a Speeding Ticket How to Avoid a Speeding Ticket

How to Avoid Speeding Ticket Fines in Upstate NY 1. Know your surroundings. Make sure you are not driving excessively through a school or work zone. Points are assessed double in such zoned areas so be sure to stay odometer-alert when passing through.   2. Don’t assume the “Within 10 Miles an Hour Rule.” This
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Taking a Defensive Driving Course Taking a Defensive Driving Course

By enrolling and completing a Defensive Driving Course, an individual can have up to 4 points removed off their license at a given time. If you receive a 2-point violation, the course will eradicate said points. However, you can’t “bank” the other two and have future points retro actively removed.

NY Criminal Lawyer NY Criminal Lawyer

Being faced with a criminal charge is without a doubt a stressful experience, to say the least. The first thing one needs to be aware of is that you have the right to counsel from the start. This opportunity should be immediately taken advantage of, as time is often of the essence when it comes
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Ways To Beat A DUI or DWI Charge Ways To Beat A DUI or DWI Charge

DWI and DUI are charges that can hurt your driving record, your pockets, your career and even get you jail time. If you have been recently charged for DUI or DWI, it is not something to take lightly, but it also does not mean the case is closed before you step into the courtroom. There are many ways to get you out of that DWI or DUI charge. Here is a list of them…

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Dealing with DWI Dealing with DWI

When charged with DWI, driving while intoxicated, there are a some key things to keep in mind. The first is cooperation. More often than not, individuals who are pulled over and asked if they have been drinking are not so quick to be honest with the police. The more cooperative you are, the less likely a threat you will impose on the officer this will ultimately be to your benefit in the long run.

Un-Pleading Guilty to a Traffic Ticket Un-Pleading Guilty to a Traffic Ticket

When one gets a traffic ticket, it would appear that the easiest way to deal with it would be to simply plead guilty and mail it back to the court. More often than not, however, this type of lackadaisical attitude proves to be detrimental down the road.

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What to do after getting a Criminal Charge What to do after getting a Criminal Charge

When faced with a criminal charge, whether it be a felony or misdemeanor, there are numerous things one should take into account before dealing with the issue head on. First, one should know their basic rights. Everyone is familiar in some fashion with the “Miranda Rights, ” which begin with “You have the right to
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Social Media is No Legal Lame Duck Social Media is No Legal Lame Duck

I have touched upon this topic in the past but after some recent experience I feel it is worth going over again. In this new decade of overwhelming social media, with forums such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, people now open themselves up to more liability in what they say. No more does testimony in
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Hot Topics in Law

Getting Tickets for Talking and Texting Getting Tickets for Talking and Texting

Many people think they can get away with talking on the cell phone while driving. However, recently New York State upped the ante and passed new legislation within the vehicle and traffic law that makes talking on a cell phone while driving a 2 point penalty on one’s license.

Legal Movies You Can Learn From Legal Movies You Can Learn From

There have been several legal based films over the years that I feel do a great job in presenting legal issues in a realistic manner.