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When you’ve been charged with a DWI, DUI or traffic offense, call for a Suffolk County Criminal Attorney or a Nassau County Criminal Attorney with over 30 years experience who is also a retired New York City Police Department Sergeant who knows both sides!
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Remember to keep your mouth shut. Demand your right to an attorney!
The police have one goal – to arrest and convict you.
DO NOT HELP THEM!
If you are contacted by the police in any manner, immediately call Young & Young, LLP. You cannot talk your way out of an arrest. You will only talk your way into one. They want you to provide information which will assist the police in prosecuting you in a court of law. Many people contact us because the police have called them and wish to speak to them. As Suffolk & Nassau Criminal Attorney’s, we immediately send a letter of representation to the police, Suffolk or Nassau District Attorney’s Office, and the Suffolk or Nassau Courts. This letter spells out the law that the police cannot question you or speak with you regarding this manner. You will need either a Suffolk County Criminal Defense Attorney or a Nassau County Criminal Defense Attorney to defend you in a court of law.
ARE YOU FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES?
Any arrest signals the start of a criminal prosecution. When you are facing criminal charges, you want a fighter by your side; you want Young & Young, LLP. We will protect your rights and defend you in court of law. As a criminal defense attorney in Suffolk County and Nassau County in NY, we have represented many clients throughout Nassau County & Suffolk County, NY.
When you work with a criminal defense lawyer from Young & Young, you will be treated with respect and will not be judged because of the situation that you’ve found yourself in. We have years of professional law experience dealing with criminal defense cases. We bring our knowledge and past experience to the table to best serve our clients. We offer effective legal representation in Nassau County & Suffolk County, NY.
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Call (631) 224-7500 to speak with us regarding your case. We can provide you with a confidential informational consultation, explaining what you can expect in a court of law, the seriousness of your situation, and potential ways to avoid a criminal record and other severe penalties. If you have been accused of a crime in Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn, Queens, or New York City, then it is time to call Young & Young, LLP, your first choice in criminal defense law.
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Our legal defense team, lead by criminal attorney Richard W. Young, will protect your rights and freedoms. Our lawyers are experienced in handling cases that include the following:
Assault and Battery
Building Code Violations
DWI and DUI
Traffic Tickets & Violations
Town Code Violations
White Collar Crimes
CONTACT US AT YOUNG & YOUNG, LLP
We have had many cases where the Suffolk or Nassau police show up at one of our client’s homes and knock on the door. We instruct our clients not to answer the door and not to let the police in. When they ask that you step outside you should refuse to do so. Lock your door and call Young & Young at (631) 224-7500. Even after hours call and push the button when prompted for our emergency mail box and an experienced criminal lawyer will call you back within minutes. We have driven to client’s homes in the middle of the night to inform the police that without a search warrant or an arrest warrant they must leave our client’s property immediately. Half of all these matters end the police investigation once the letter of the law is received or we advise the police in person that they cannot speak with our clients. Of the cases where the police still intend to arrest our clients, they make arrangements with our legal office to have our client surrender at a mutually convenient time with bail conditions pre-arranged. Most importantly, without the benefit of any admissions or confessions the prosecution cases is seriously weakened. The police may only be seeking to have you admit that you were at a certain place or knew of facts which help them to convict you. If they have no evidence or admissions that support their theory of what took place, they are left trying to prove facts that may be unprovable in a court of law. Many times without your admission to those facts the case cannot be prosecuted. Some things may seem trivial to you but to a Judge or Jury they become major stumbling blocks for the case. Remember as Justice Scalia once wrote in a United States Supreme Court Decision “admissions and confessions are good stuff”. Without any statement whatsoever from a person the police think may have been involved in a crime, they cannot proceed to trial. Even where our clients may have been involved in some wrongdoing, without a confession or admission of guilt the case is so severely weakened that the matter may be greatly reduced from what the original criminal charge would have been.
Some examples of these events:
- Police wish to speak with a person regarding an automobile accident (with a possible DWI) where the driver left the scene of the accident. Without being able to speak to the client they are not able to prove who was actually driving the car at the time of the accident and the case could not be prosecuted.
- Police wish to speak with a client regarding drugs found in a vehicle (Possible DUI). However, the drugs are in a bag or in the trunk of the car. Without an admission that the person knew that drugs were in the trunk or in the bag the matter could not be prosecuted because they have no evidence that the client “knowingly” possessed drugs.
- Police wish to speak with a client regarding a fist fight where the person died several days later, allegedly from injuries incurred during the fight. Without any proof that the client was involved in or even at the scene of the fight the client could not be prosecuted.
- Police wish to speak with a client regarding a gun found under a mattress in a hotel room, previously rented by the client. Without any admission that the client ever possessed the gun found or knew it was under the mattress the matter was dropped.
- Police wish to speak with a client regarding a robbery. However, without any admission or confession the police are not able to establish that the client was involved in the matter or that the client ever visited that location.
- Police wish to speak with a client regarding stolen property found in his garage. Without any admission or confession that the client even knew that this property was in his garage, no less that it was stolen, the matter could not proceed forward.
These are just a few examples of cases where the police rightly or wrongly suspected people of criminal conduct but without being able to speak with them and get them to admit facts they cannot legally maintain a prosecution against those people.
So whether you need help with a DWI, DUI, traffic ticket, criminal charge such as a misdemeanor or felony or any other criminal matter, Call the Nassau and Suffolk County Criminal Lawyers law office of Young & Young today at (631) 224-7500.