Criminal Defense Services in Nassau and Suffolk Counties
Young & Young, LLP is a law firm that provides comprehensive criminal defense to those in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read through our services below, and be sure to contact us to let us know what we can do for you today.
Our driving under the influence (DUI) services are available for many cases that include the use, manufacture, sale, and transportation of illegal or controlled substances.
We defend clients in a number of drug offenses, such as drug possession, cultivation, trafficking, distribution, and more.
For a driving while intoxicated (DWI) lawyer, Young & Young, LLP has experience defending these misdemeanors as well.
We are here to help whether you are facing your first DWI or experiencing multiple offenses.
Assault & Battery
If you have been charged with assault and battery, we strive for a favorable outcome for your situation.
Assault is the criminal act of intentionally threatening to harm or injure another person, and battery is intentionally inflicting violent force on another person. We offer legal representation to protect yourself from conviction.
Domestic violence takes on many different forms: physical or verbal abuse, sexual abuse, child endangerment, harassment, stalking, assault, and more.
We protect you in cases of domestic violence. Convictions lead to protective orders against you, prison time, loss of child custody, probation, fines, and restitution – all of which we actively strive to avoid.
Drug possession involves drug paraphernalia, and possession with intent to sell, manufacture, or distribute.
Richard Young is a retired NYPD Sergeant who was a member of the Narcotics Division, which means he has experience with a wide range of dug crimes.
Intentionally harassing or threatening another individual for their gender, age, religion, disability, or sexual orientation is considered aggravated harassment that can result in criminal charges.
Our expert defense works to ensure you are not unjustly charged with a crime. Contact us to protect yourself from harsh criminal prosecution for aggravated harassment.