Richard D. Willstatter

Richard D. Willstatter

Federal Crime Lawyer
White Plains, NY




No Misconduct



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About Me

Richard D. Willstatter is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who emphasizes his ability to prepare and research your defense more thoroughly than his adversaries will pursue the prosecution. His office is in White Plains, New York but he represents people in the surrounding area, including the City of New York and the federal courts for the Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York....

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Client Reviews

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A Very Good Lawyer

Posted by: a Criminal Defense client almost 6 years ago.

Mr. Willstatter was an excellent Lawyer and I would recommend his services to anyone who needs a good defense lawyer

Richard Willstatter equals outstanding service

Posted by: a Criminal Defense client over 4 years ago.

After a previous defense attorney botched my case badly I found Richard Willstatter of Green & Willstatter in White Plains, NY, who repaired damage...
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Showing 2 of 8 peer endorsements

Robert G. Wells
Robert Wells

Syracuse, NY

Over 1 year ago

Relationship: Friend

I endorse this lawyer. A lawyer can accomplish certain things. A compassionate lawyer can accomplish far better things. Mr. Willstatter is of the...
Benjamin Ostrer
Benjamin Ostrer

Chester, NY

Over 1 year ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer.
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1981 License Status: Currently registered for the state of New York.
Last updated by Avvo: 06/16/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1989 – present

Green & Willstatter


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1980 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Duke University School of Law


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2014 Metro Edition - Criminal Defense

New York Super Lawyers


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1990- present Member

New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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Showing 2 of 6 publications

2013 Supreme Court Updates

Atticus (NYSACDL)

2011 What must you do if you are relieved as counsel?

Atticus (NYSACDL

Speaking Engagements

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2013 Proffers, Reverse Proffers, Cooperation Agreements and Plea Agreements

at Federal Criminal Practice Seminar

2012 Challenging Pre-Arraignment Interrogations under the Rules of Professional Conduct

at CLE Program March 28, 2012

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