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NEW YORK CRIMINAL ATTORNEY
Long Island,NY Criminal / Arrest Attorney
George E. Patsis is a Long Island, Criminal Defense Attorney working cases here in New York as well as Suffolk County & Nassau County, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx & Manhattan. He has the experience, reputation and bedside manner you need to handle your criminal case. As a former prosecutor, he knows the criminal justice system from both sides. He has over 2 decades of experience handling criminal cases. Over those years, George E. Patsis developed and cultivated relationships with judges, prosecutors, court clerks and court officers.
George E. Patsis understands how important your criminal case is to you and will give you the expert, honest, personalized and aggressive representation that you need to ensure the best result possible. Included among the countless people George E. Patsis has represented are celebrities, politicians, police officers and their families, teachers, corporate executives, doctors, business owners and other attorneys.
A criminal charge is very serious and can be the most stressful event in your life. It also can impact the rest of your life, affecting your job, future business opportunities, personal and business relationships, professional licenses, your driver’s license and freedom (since incarceration is a possibility). Retaining the right Suffolk County criminal attorney who specializes in the intricacies of criminal law and practices day-in-and-day-out in the Suffolk County criminal courts as a Suffolk County criminal attorney is extremely important. In fact, choosing the right attorney can be one of the MOST IMPORTANT decisions of your life.
George E. Patsis is a Suffolk County, NY criminal lawyer with the extensive experience, professional connections and know-how needed to achieve the best possible result. He handles criminal cases in state and federal courts on Long Island and elsewhere and has resolved countless cases through settlement and verdict. There is no Suffolk County criminal attorney who will fight harder for you.
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