If you own a café, cabaret or other establishment and find yourself in violation of New York’s liquor license codes, not only can you face fines and revocation of your license, but you can even face closure of the business you worked so hard for. The Law Office of Stacy L. Weiss, PLLC understands this can be a frightening time and is prepared to help you get through it. We have dedicated more than a decade to assisting businesses who have been cited for violations by the New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA).
Failure to contest a violation properly can quickly lead to problems for you and your business, including forced closing. Too often, businesses choose not to fight a violation citation, believing that settling is the easiest and fastest way to move on. But a history of violations is a major cause of license revocations and closures. Your best option is to consult an experienced New York liquor violations lawyer like Stacy L. Weiss.
New York liquor license attorney Stacy L. Weiss is a retired New York City Police Detective with more than 20 years on the force. She served in the Civil Enforcement Unit for several years, working on many nuisance abatement cases involving violations and closings. This hands-on experience Stacy acquired during that time gives her a distinct advantage over other New York liquor violations lawyers.
While our goal is always to keep liquor establishments out of court and in business, if you must attend a hearing, we will be by your side every step of the way.
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Keep in mind that while an NYSLA violation is considered an administrative offense, if you serve or store liquor in a commercial establishment with no license whatsoever, you can receive a summons or be arrested for a criminal offense.
At The Law Office of Stacy L. Weiss, PLLC, we are prepared to zealously defend you in violation and revocation hearings. Call us today at 212.521.0828 or contact us online to arrange for a free initial consultation at our Manhattan location. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and evenings by appointment.