The Nassau County District Attorney's office investigates and prosecutes criminal violations of both State and local…More laws within Nassau County. The Nassau DA's office is one of the largest in the country, with approximately 160 lawyers and 300 total staff.
With the main offices on the Southern half of the second floor in the Nassau County Court House, the District Attorney also has a separate wing East of the main Court House where the Appeals Bureau, Civil Forfeiture Unit, District Attorney Investigations, District Attorney Squad, Enterprise Crime Bureau, Sex Offense & Domestic Violence Unit, and the Special Investigative Unit are housed.
The Law Offices of David H. Ledgin 1539 Franklin Ave, Mineola, NY11501 David H. Ledgin is a practicing attorney based in the Mineola area since 1986. He offers a broad range of legal services…More in commercial law, personal injury defense, divorce and litigation appeals. He has worked for the New York State Attorney General and the Nassau County District Attorney. Call for more information.
The Law Offices of Donald T. Rollock 114 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Donald Rollock is a litigator with private practice in the Mineola community since 2006. His…More legal specialties include all aspects of criminal, family and matrimonial law as well as false arrest and imprisonment. In the past he has served at the Nassau County District Attorney's office as a prosecutor. Check his website or give his office a call to learn more and schedule an appointment.
Nassau County Court House 262 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 The large limestone façade of the Nassau County Court House dominates the stretch of Old Country Road between…More County Seat Drive and Washington Ave. Constructed in 1940, the three-story Court House houses 17 judges and county courtrooms on the first and third floors. The Court House also is home to the offices of the Nassau County District Attorney and Clerk of the Court, which occupy the second floor of the Northern and Southern halves of the building, respectively. The Northern half of the third floor is also home to the Surrogate's Court. In the center of the Court House lies the Great Hall, a skylight enclosed space with various displays including copies of both the U.S. and New York State Constitutions, a tribute to fallen officers of the September 11 attacks, and a large glass-enclosed map of Long Island and the surrounding area.