The Law Office of Martin D. Kane
125-10 Queens Boulevard, Suite 7
Kew Gardens, NY 11415
Tel: (718) 793-5700
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The Law Office of Martin Kane is a NY Queens Law firm with extensive legal experience dedicated to the practice of Criminal Defense and DWI Defense. If you are facing a criminal charge in Queens, you cannot afford to take any chances with your freedom. Following an arrest or a call from the police with questions about a crime, seek the advice of an experienced criminal defense lawyer right away. From the moment you are pulled over by the police on suspicion of drunk driving, questioned about a domestic matter, named as a suspect in a sex crime or arrested in connection with any type of crime, you enter a time of uncertainty. You know you need legal help.
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Criminal law is a specialized branch of law that requires the highest level of training and experience. At The Law Office of Martin D. Kane, we take the guesswork out of the criminal process. With more than 40 years of experience focused only on defending people charged with crimes, our founding attorney has successfully handled thousands of criminal defense cases, including a number of high-profile trials. With a reputation as an aggressive fighter for clients’ rights in Queens, we receive hundreds of referrals from other lawyers and past clients each year.
At The Law Office of Martin D. Kane, all we do is criminal defense. With our more than 40 years of experience defending people in Queens, you can count on receiving a highly effective legal defense to any criminal charges you face. Whether you are fighting a shoplifting crime or face an assault charge, you can trust our firm’s reputation for integrity and aggressive defense representation.
We Are Kew Gardens New York Criminal Defense Attorneys Dedicated To Protecting And Preserving The Rights Of Our Clients And Their Families With The Finest Legal Representation Available.
Kew Gardens is an upper-middle class neighborhood in the central area of the New York City borough of Queens. Kew Gardens, shaped roughly like a triangle, is bounded to the north by the Jackie Robinson Parkway (formerly the Interboro Parkway), to the east by Van Wyck Expressway and 131st Street, to the south by Hillside Avenue, and to the west by Park Lane, Abingdon Road, and 118th Street. Forest Park and the neighborhood of Forest Hills are to the west, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park north, Richmond Hill south, Briarwood southeast, and Kew Gardens Hills east. Kew Gardens was one of seven planned garden communities built in Queens from the late 19th century to 1950. Much of the area was acquired in 1868 by Englishman Albon P. Man, who developed the neighborhood of Hollis Hill to the south, chiefly along Jamaica Avenue, while leaving the hilly land to the north undeveloped.
Kew Gardens remains a densely populated residential community, but Kew Gardens is increasingly becoming an upper class residential area, with a mix of one-family homes above the million-dollar range, complex apartments, co-ops and others converted and on the way or being converted as condominiums. A major five-star hotel is under development on 82nd Avenue, reflecting a modernization of the area. However, it is filled mainly with apartment buildings between four and ten stories high; while many are rentals, some are co-ops. Expensive single family homes are located around the Forest Park area. Due to constant development, however, many owners are selling out their detached homes to developers who teardown and convert them into apartment housing. This has brought demographic change.
Kew Gardens’ commercial center is Lefferts Boulevard between Austin Street and Metropolitan Avenue. This street is the home to many favorite spots, including Kew Gardens Cinemas with a selection of independent international films, Dani’s Pizzeria, Austin’s Steak and the Austin Ale House, and Comic Den. The county’s civic center, Queens Borough Hall, along with one of the county criminal courts, stand at the northern end of the neighborhood, on Queens Boulevard, in a complex extending from Union Turnpike to Hoover Avenue. Schools of note located in Kew Gardens include Yeshiva Tifereth Moshe, Bais Yaakov of Queens and Yeshiva Shaar Hatorah, the local public school, has special programs for gifted students such as the Gifted and Talented program, where children start to learn advanced material beginning in second grade.
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