We are no strangers to the courtroom, and appear daily in all Suffolk County NY courts, including Cohalan Court in Central Islip, NY and Suffolk County Court in Riverhead, NY as well as all district and village courts.
As former prosecutors with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, we are experts when it comes to all matters of criminal defense. We are experienced at handling the most serious of cases to minor traffic stops.
We have handled thousands of cases, from minor traffic offenses to capital murder, and everything in between. Our experience and skill have earned us a reputation as strong and effective firm. We are confident that we can help you.
All attorneys at Chris Brocato ESQ. are former Suffolk county prosecutors. We have the background and skill that you need. We know the system and have unmatched experience.
We are experts when it comes to representing clients in all local courts including Cohalan Court in Central Islip, NY and Suffolk County Court in Riverhead, NY as well as all district and village courts.
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We are aware of the stress and angst that comes with needing an attorney. We have understanding and compassion towards our clients. We know that you are probably under a good deal of stress. We’re here to help and guide our clients through the legal process, whatever their needs may be.
Christopher C. Brocato did his undergraduate studies at Flagler College in St. Augustine Florida and received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
After college, Mr. Brocato attended New York Law School and graduated Cum Laude in 2002. While at New York Law School Mr. Brocato served as the supervising editor of the schools Law Review.
After Law School, Mr. Brocato was hired as an assistant district attorney in Suffolk County. As an Assistant District Attorney, Mr. Brocato served in the District Court Bureau, Domestic Violence Bureau, Case Advisory Bureau and the Major Crime Bureau.
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