Mr. Doyle has been practicing criminal law for over 28 years. His experience includes numerous trials on cases involving felony and misdemeanor charges. Notably, a trial on felony drug charges involving a search warrant, People v. Anthony Berry, (Ct. of App., Decided June 14, 2016), in which Mr. Doyle won an acquittal on all felony charges. The Court of Appeals dismissed the remaining misdemeanor charges, making law in New York State.
He has handled hundreds of criminal cases involving murder, assault, domestic violence, robbery, kidnapping, rape, as well as non-violent crimes involving drug offenses, DWI, gambling, trademark counterfeiting, larceny, forgery, fraud, and mental health issues.
He graduated cum laude from New England School of Law in 1987, and is a member of the bar in New York and Massachusetts, as well as the Federal Courts in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.