If you or a loved one is charged with a crime in Suffolk County, the most important thing you can do is contact an experienced Suffolk County Criminal Defense Lawyer. The Elbert Law Firm’s Long Island Criminal Defense Team is led by Michael Elbert, a former NYC prosecutor with over 20 years of experience handling all levels of crimes ranging from minor offenses to Murder.
Our Suffolk County Criminal Defense team has provided successful representation in a variety of criminal cases, including but not limited to:
- Identity theft
- Sex crimes
- Unlawful Practice of a Profession
- Computer crimes
- Political Corruption
- Domestic Violence
- Drug crimes
- White Collar Crimes
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Vehicular Homicide
- Criminal Mischief
- Traffic Tickets
- Criminal Contempt
- Illegal Gambling
SUFFOLK COUNTY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER MIKE ELBERT
THE CRIMINAL PROCESS IN SUFFOLK COUNTY
After the accusatory process is completed, a person with a Long Island criminal charge can either fight the case or attempt to negotiate a plea bargain. An experienced Suffolk County Criminal Attorney should be able to provide you with options and articulate a strategy to achieve a result that best suits your particular circumstances.
OUR APPROACH TO HANDLING YOUR SUFFOLK COUNTY CRIMINAL CASE
We approach criminal cases in Suffolk County by investigating and assessing the circumstances of the alleged crime and our client’s personal circumstances. Our objective is to provide options and devise and explain a strategy to obtain the best result possible for each individual client. We find it is particularly important to be available and maintain an open line of communication so that we can listen to the client and provide a solution that allows him or her to resume their lives with as little burden as possible.
Although prior case results do not guarantee similar outcomes, we are happy to discuss our past success, the strategies we employed and allow you to decide if our Long Island Criminal Lawyers are sufficiently skilled and experienced to handle your case in the Suffolk County criminal courts.