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Michael Brown is a Nassau County Criminal Defense Attorney. He practices law in the New York County of Nassau and focuses on criminal representation of various crimes of the NYS Penal Law. The firm of Michael J. Brown, Esq. is experienced in handling cases that include the following:
- Aggravated Harassment
- Assault and Battery
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crimes
- DWI and DUI
- Fraud Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Theft Crimes
- Traffic Tickets & Violations
- White Collar Crimes
- and all other criminal matters
Michael J. Brown, will protect your legal rights and freedoms no matter what the crime and will vigorously defend you in a court of law to get the best outcome for you and your family.
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Nassau County DWI & DUI Lawyer
If you have been charged with a DWI or DUI, then call me right away. Time is of the essence with these cases. If 24 hours has past and you have done a breathalyzer exam, then you need representation today!
Michael Brown In the News
A mistrial was declared Wednesday after a juror fell ill while deliberating in the case of a Binghamton man who prosecutors said stabbed another man to death during a dispute in a Central Islip town house in 2010, officials said. State Supreme Court Justice Timothy...
A snowy night in February 2010 began with two guys hanging out in a Central Islip town house, but it ended with the resident dead on his bedroom floor and the other fleeing from the blood-splashed home, a Suffolk prosecutors told jurors Monday. That may be so,...
Heroin addicts are fueling an increase in robberies across Suffolk County this year, with some committing multiple stickups for cash to get a fix, authorities say. Suffolk police recorded 360 robberies in the first seven months of this year -- up from 300 for the same...
The case against the pickup driver who crashed into a limousine that turned in front of him could end with vastly different results, depending on what other evidence authorities find, attorneys said Friday. For now, Steven Romeo, 55, of Southold, is charged with...
A Ronkonkoma man admitted in court Friday that he was drunk when he lost control of his Jeep and killed his childhood friend after a night of drinking together. Joseph Keleher, 25, pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide and other charges in the death of Kevin...