Sam Breslin represents both individual and corporate clients in a variety of matters, from state and federal criminal defense to personal injury and complex commercial litigation. Criminal: Sam represents clients in all criminal matters including DWI/DUI charges, as well as all other violations, misdemeanors and felonies in federal, state and local courts. Many criminal charges, no matter how minor, carry the risk of long-term consequences. In defending his clients, Sam strives to make them aware of these collateral consequences and craft a defense strategy to minimize them. Personal Injury: Sam aggressively represents clients injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, and strives to get the maximum compensation for his clients. Call 518-650-3733 for a personal injury consultation. Fraud Defense: Sam represents businesses and individuals in civil and criminal fraud investigations. He has significant experience investigating and defending state and federal False Claims Act cases, including Medicare/Medicaid fraud matters. Sam’s experience ranges from federal pharmaceutical misbranding investigations, to numerous state and federal investigations, as well as administrative and licensing proceedings (incl. Department of Labor, State Liquor Authority, Education Department, et al). Sam is licensed to practice in State and Federal courts in New York and Massachusetts, as well as the U.S. District Court in Connecticut. Sam is a graduate of Tufts University and Albany Law School. He lives on a farm in Voorheesville with his family. Sam is fluent in Spanish, and was a Rotary Youth Exchange scholarship recipient. From 1999 to 2000 he lived in Ecuador. During that time, several volcanoes erupted, the national currency was eradicated, and the president was overthrown during a military coup.