Suffolk County Offices & Institutions District Attorney Rabro Dr, Hauppauge, NY11788 Suffolk County Offices & Institutions District Attorney's office provides a wide variety of legal services in the…More Hauppauge area. The office provides a resource for the community about law enforcement and legal cases in the area. The website features a wealth of information including the most-wanted in the area.
Michael E. McCarthy 180 Oser Ave, Hauppauge, NY11788 Michael E. McCarthy practices criminal, probate and estate, real property transaction and corporate law and is a member…More of the New York and Suffolk County Bar Associations. Mr. McCarthy received his J.D. from St. John's Law School and was a prosecutor with the Suffolk County District Attorney's office in the District Court and Family Crime Bureaus from 1989 to 1994. He has also clerked for a New York City law firm in municipal finance.
Attorney Grievance Committee 150 Motor Pky, Hauppauge, NY11788 This is one of three Attorney Grievance Committees for the 10th Judicial District. Its job is to investigate complaints…More of unethical conduct against attorneys who are based in Suffolk or Nassau county. Chief Counsel Rita Adler leads a 20-member, court-appointed council made up of 16 lawyers and four non-lawyers who judge each case. If there is sufficient evidence, the council will prosecute attorneys for professional misconduct. Residents who feel their legal representaiton may have been dishonest or incompetant must file a written complaint. Disputes involving legal fees are generally not accepted.
The Fourth District Court in Hauppauge is one of six courthouses in Suffolk County 10th Judicial District. It holds…More Civil Court on various issues including family issues, juvenile cases and probate cases over wills, estates, name changes, adoptions and more limited to $15,000 in damages. Small Claims Court is an option for residents seeking monetary damages up to $5,000 without need for an attorney. Fourth District also accepts cases in a Landlord & Tenant Court for evicting renters or legal remedy to those renters claiming dangerous conditions affecting their life, health and safety.</p>
<p>The Town of Smithtown uses the Fourth District Court system to prosecute violations of town ordinances.</p>