Dustan Neyland is a top rated trial attorney who practices in both State and Federal Court. He is admitted to practice in all courts in the State of New York, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, and is licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court in Washington DC. He has received local and national awards and has been recognized as a “Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorney” by The National Trial Lawyers. Dustan has worked as an Assistant District Attorney prosecuting all types of criminal cases. After leaving his position as an Assistant District Attorney, Dustan began defending the liberty of the citizen accused against tyranny of the government.
As an experienced trial attorney, Dustan has tried many cases to a jury and has an extremely high success rate. Dustan has represented clients in serious, complex cases that have gained national media attention. He has a strong business background and has garnered the skills necessary to defend white collar cases. Dustan also represents clients who have been charged with drug trafficking, drug possession, violent crimes, sex crimes, human trafficking, robbery, burglary, theft, and weapons offenses. Dustan has invested a significant amount of time in honing his skill in the area of DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) defense. He has an extensive knowledge of standardized field sobriety testing, breath-alcohol analysis, and forensic gas chromatography. Dustan is the only attorney in the State of New York who graduated from the comprehensive forensic chromatography course offered by the American Chemical Society.
Other than criminal defense, Dustan takes pride in representing persons who have been injured at the result of other person’s negligence. Dustan is successful at getting the insurance companies to pay top dollar for his client’s injuries. Dustan helps clients who have been injured in construction accidents, car wrecks, big truck wrecks, motorcycle wrecks, injured by defective products, and injured as the result of dangerous medications.