Nassau County Criminal Attorney David Galison, P.C., Publishes New Legal Website

Nassau County Criminal Attorney David Galison, Publishes Website Providing Nassau, Suffolk and Queens County Residents with Valuable Information for Those Facing Criminal Charges in New York State.

Nassau County Criminal Attorney David Galison recently launched a new web site,
http://www.criminalattorneynassaucounty.com This latest website is one of several informational sites which are part of the Galison Law Legal Web Network.David Galison, Managing Partner of the Law Office of David Galison, P.C. says that the new site  was designed in an effort to answer the most common questions that someone facing criminal charges in New York State could have. It also answers many questions for clients who are hesitant to call a criminal defense attorney to ask relevant questions which may impact their existing legal situation.Galison said, “The information provided on this new website gives potential clients an understanding of my personalized service that sets my law office apart from other law firms,” he explains. “I encourage clients to keep fully informed of their case’s progress and to actively participate in their defense throughout all stages of the proceedings.” 

One feature of the new site is the frequently updated criminal law blog that David Galison updates and contributes to several times a week. The blog includes commentary and articles written by David Galison and includes coverage of legal issues pertaining to the Nassau County Court system. The blog invites your comments, tips and insights.

David Galison regularly appears in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens County Criminal Courts. Mr. Galison is licensed to practice law in the State Courts of New York, Florida and Massachussets, as well as the Eastern District Federal Court.

David Galison is a graduate of the Michigan State University College of Law where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. In addition, Mr. Galison received the Dean’s List Award in Commercial Transactions.

For more information, visit http://www.criminalattorneynassaucounty.com or contact David Galison at 516-424-4477 or by email to david@galisonlaw.com.

About The Law Office of David Galison, P.C.:

At the Law Office of David Galison, P.C., it is understood that an arrest and conviction for any crime can affect the rest of your life. With such serious consequences on the line, every client receives personalized attention. Clients are kept fully informed of their case’s progress and actively participate in their defense throughout all stages of the proceedings. It is the personal service that David Galison, P.C. provides to the client that sets the office apart from other law firms.

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Criminal Attorney Nassau County
The Law Offices of David Galison, P.C.
Attorney Answering to Criminal Charges in New York State.
Serving Nassau, Suffolk and Queens County, New York.

About galisonlaw

A few brief words about me. I regularly appear in the Nassau County Criminal Courts and have been quoted in Newsday. I have appeared on a television new broadcasts with respect to a dog bite attack in which I established a charitable fund for the juvenile victim. I have been a guest commentator on AM radio having been asked to talk about DWI / DUI laws and enforcement. Case decisions upon which I was the lead defense attorney have been published in the New York Law Journal. Along with my ruminations, this blog will include bits and bites from articles in the the New York Law Journal and Legal Newswires. Email me at david@galisonlaw.com
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One Response to Nassau County Criminal Attorney David Galison, P.C., Publishes New Legal Website

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