Miedel & Mysliwiec LLP

Trinity Building111 BroadwaySuite 1401New York, NY 10006


Updated: 10/31/2017


Miedel & Mysliwiec LLP is unique in its approach to individual and corporate representation. Unlike bigger firms, we spend time getting to know our clients and ensure that they understand every aspect of their case.

We also believe that clients are a critical part of the defense team and we include them in all phases of representation. Since each client comes to us with different needs and concerns, we work collaboratively to determine their individual goals and...


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Practice Areas

  • State and Federal Criminal Defense
  • White Collar Crime
  • Drug Violations
  • Sex Offenses
  • Regulatory Offenses & Administrative Proceedings
  • Civil Rights Violations
  • Intellectual Property Crimes




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Trinity Building111 BroadwaySuite 1401New York, NY 10006


  • 800-507-8507


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