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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.more
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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.
The Washington Post: On Long Island, DEA agents entered a detached garage behind a small white home in North Babylon, N.Y, and allegedly found Daniel O'Neil and Frankie Morano wearing hazmat suits and respirator masks. Prosecutors say the men were operating a pill press, manufacturing counterfeit oxycodone pills out of fentanyl. The men were charged with conspiracy to distribute and intent to distribute a substance containing fentanyl.
Newsday: The Town of Oyster Bay’s government was awash with “unscrupulous public officials” whose alleged crimes included involvement in “bribery, money laundering and a crooked multi-million dollar property deal,” Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas said Thursday as authorities unsealed indictments against eight people with ties to the municipality.
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.
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.
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