Proving Your Case in New York-Are You More Likely Right Than Wrong?
When a jury evaluates your case, the standard is that we must prove your case by a preponderance of evidence. What does that really mean? Watch the video to learn more.
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Gerry practices law exclusively in the State of New York. Within New York he practices primarily in the following counties: New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau and Suffolk. Technically, Brooklyn is known as "Kings County," and Manhattan and New York City are known as "New York County." Staten Island is known as "Richmond County." These counties make up the New York metropolitan area.