Hudson Valley Office:

7472 South Broadway

Red Hook, New York 12571

t. (845) 835-6075 

f. (917) 210-3302

Criminal defense attorney Michael Pollok
has been guiding his clients through the local, state and federal criminal justice systems in New York for over 20 years with consistent, successful results. Michael has experience as criminal defense counsel, special prosecutor, trial attorney and appellate lawyer. Michael also teaches Continuing Legal Education classes to other attorneys on criminal law and procedure. Over the years, Michael has handled virtually every type of criminal defense case ranging from Driving Under the Influence "DUI"​​ or "DWI" to complex white collar securities fraud cases and allegations of Medicaid/Medicare or other health insurance fraud and has developed a speciality in responding to Title IX claims brought by students and faculty members on college campuses and defending against the rampant abuse of this federal statute. Michael Pollok handles local, state and federal cases at every phase of a criminal proceeding from investigation, arrest, plea bargaining, motion practice, pre-trial hearings, trial, sentencing, post trial hearings and appeals. Whether you have been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, are under state or federal criminal investigation, have received a Grand Jury or administrative subpoena, have an outstanding warrant, dealing with an order of protection, seeking to appeal or set aside a conviction in state or federal court or simply have questions about your criminal case, call criminal defense attorney Michael Pollok for a free consultation.


Call for a free consultation about your case at 845-835-6075 in the Hudson Valley or 212-634-9121 if your case is in New York City.

Effective Criminal Defense Trials and Appeals, DUI/DWI


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Law Offices of Michael Pollok PLLC

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Manhattan Office:

415 Madison Avenue-16th Floor

New York, New York 10017 

t. (212) 634-9121

​f. (917) 210-3302