Larusso Conway and Bartling
criminal defense

We seek to obtain the best possible results for each client by aggressively investigating, preparing and defending their case, using all of the resources available to us.

Federal Crimes

For over a decade, the federal criminal lawyers of LaRusso Conway & Bartling have been involved in many notable federal cases in federal courts throughout the country.

Drug Crimes

Successful track record defending the most serious and high profile drug crimes. We possess a unique background with one of a kind knowledge in drug crimes and defenses.

Bringing value to our clients for over 65 years Experienced Criminal Defense representation based on
commitment, professionalism, and aggressive advocacy.

LaRusso Conway & BaRTLING

Founded in 2004, our Firm has over 65 years of practice in assisting clients with a wide range of issues involving both criminal and civil law.

Our Long Island defense lawyers share a common background of extraordinary achievements and exceptional qualifications, and we are passionate about providing the highest level of criminal defense.

The Law Firm of LaRusso Conway & Bartling is unique for a number of reasons, most notably because our founding attorneys are both former federal prosecutors with extensive legal knowledge to employ for your defense.


Our News

James Burke, Ex-Suffolk County Police Chief, Pleads Guilty

New York Times: The former police chief of Suffolk County pleaded guilty on Friday to federal charges stemming from accusations that he beat a suspect in custody, threatened to kill him and then coerced his fellow officers into covering up the misconduct.

James Burke, former Suffolk police chief of department, arrested

Newsday: James Burke, the former Suffolk County chief of department, was arrested Wednesday morning on charges of assaulting a handcuffed suspect and then conspiring to cover up a subsequent federal investigation, according to court documents.

Federal indictment: Harendra Singh charged with bribing former Oyster Bay town employee

Newsday: Federal agents arrested prominent Long Island restaurateur Harendra Singh in his Laurel Hollow home at dawn Wednesday on numerous criminal charges, including bribing a former Town of Oyster Bay employee with $50,000 in checks made out to cash and a $36,000 luxury-car lease, according to a federal indictment.

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