107 Eastern Avenue, Suite A, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 393, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

Experienced Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, I can help. At The Law Office of Corby A. Gary in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, I have represented citizens charged with felony or misdemeanor criminal offenses throughout Northern and Central Vermont. I can help.

Your Defense

For more than 20 years, I have represented citizens charged with a variety of criminal offenses including:
  • DUI
  • Civil License Suspensions
  • Burglary
  • Simple & Aggravated Assault
  • Sexual Assaults
  • Domestic Assaults
  • Arson
  • Embezzlement
  • Theft
  • Drug Cases
  • Probation Violations

I Prepare Each and Every Case For Trial

Every person has the constitutional right to proceed to a trial by a jury of his or her peers, and one should have a trial lawyer if he or she chooses that option. I review police conduct and procedures to determine whether some or all of the evidence can be suppressed, or excluded from the case by pre-trial motion due to violation of the person's rights or illegality or mistake by police. I learn everything I can about your history, including social, economic, educational, and family background in order to present that persons unique history and circumstances to the Judge, jury, and opposing lawyers.
I also review the facts of the case and the legal elements of the charges to determine pre-trial motions to dismiss some or all of the charges, or limit or exclude some of the evidence.

At the same time during the course of representation, through a position of knowledge of the law and the case, I engage in the negotiations with the prosecution to obtain the most beneficial plea agreement possible, in order to then present it to my client for his or her own decision about how he or she may wish to proceed.

I also learn as much as I can about each particular client's history, including social, economic, educational, and family background in order to present that person's unique history and circumstances to the Judge, Jury and opposing lawyers.

From the moment a police officer pulls a citizen over in an automobile or questions a citizen at the police station or his or her own home, the State of Vermont has already begun building its case against that person. Before the defendant ever appears at Court for the first time, the police have gathered evidence, communicated with the prosecutor, and the prosecutor has filed the formal charges with the Court for determination of probable cause. You should have someone working hard on your side.

Please contact me for a free consultation about your case, an evaluation of the allegations and possible consequences, and your rights.
Contact me, a defense attorney, to use my services for your legal defense.