Law Practices

Felony Court Bureau

The Felony Court Bureau employs the most experienced litigators in the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County. They handle felonies, the most serious criminal charges, indicted by a Suffolk County Grand Jury. An attorney and investigator will confer with clients and pursue defenses at all levels of the judicial process, including motion practice, hearing, and if the case is not resolved, ultimately trial... READ MORE

District Court Bureau

The District Court Bureau is committed to the zealous defense of those charged with violation level offenses, infractions, misdemeanors, and pre-indictment felonies in the First District Court of Suffolk County and the surrounding town and village courts. ... READ MORE

East End Bureau

The East End Bureau of the Legal Aid Society is responsible for the representation of individuals charged with felonies, misdemeanors or other offenses before the Justice Courts of the five townships and six villages of eastern Suffolk County.... READ MORE

Appeals Bureau

Since the founding of the Appeals Bureau of the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County, its attorneys have distinguished themselves in the community of criminal appellate practitioners. This reputation is well-deserved as the attorneys of the Appeals Bureau have successfully argued many high profile cases before the Appellate Term. Appellate Division and the court of highest jurisdiction in the State of New York, the court of Appeals.... READ MORE

Family Court Bureau

The attorneys of the Family Court Bureau receive assignment from the Family Court to represent adult litigants in cases involving child custody and visitation, child neglect and abuse, domestic violence, paternity and violation of court orders...READ MORE

Children’s Law Bureau

The Children’s Law Bureau provides legal representation to children in Family Court matters. Our clients range in age from birth to Twenty-One years. We provide representation to children, who have been the victims of parental abuse or neglect, children who are the subjects of guardianship proceedings or custody and visitation disputes...READ MORE

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