Crotty Saland PC
Crotty Saland PC is a New York City criminal defense law firm representing people accused of white collar crimes, violent felonies, domestic violence, and other offenses. Attorneys Elizabeth Crotty and Jeremy Saland are experienced ex-prosecutors who worked for the former Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau. The firm only defends people facing criminal charges in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island. Anyone accused of a New York state or federal crime can call the law firm day or night, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Attorneys Crotty and Saland have successfully gotten their clients' cases dismissed, negotiated felony criminal charges down to non-criminal violations, and obtained acquittals in jury trials. They have years of experience handling a wide range of criminal matters including grand larceny, embezzlement, tax fraud, felony theft, and drunk driving offenses.
The criminal justice system affects not just an accused person's rights, but also their liberty, integrity, and livelihood. Crotty Saland PC's mission is to get each client the best possible outcome in their case. Every case is different. Some may warrant a trial, while others may be resolved in a favorable plea agreement with the prosecution. Whatever route clients decide to pursue, the firm treats each one with courtesy, respect, and compassion.
- ACD Dismissal of Firearm Possession, Dismissal of Allegations in Order of Protection Petition, & Presentation of Case to DA After NYPD Takes No Action
25 January 2021
- Extortion and Revenge Porn During COVID-19: Economic Downturn Leads to Blackmail Uptick?
5 November 2020
- Crotty Saland PC’s Liz Crotty & Jeremy Saland Named NY Criminal Defense Super Lawyers
12 October 2020
- New York Liquor License Suspensions & Revocations for Violating Coronavirus-Related Regulations
12 August 2020
- Understanding New York’s Protesting, Looting and Curfew Crimes: Potential Charges and Punishment
8 June 2020
- Did the NYC to West Palm JetBlue Coronavirus Passenger Commit a Crime by Boarding a Plane Pending a COVID-19 Diagnosis?
12 March 2020
- Making Sense of Harvey Weinstein’s Conviction: From Up to 25 Years Prison and SORA Registration to Remand Status and Prosecution in LA
24 February 2020
- NY Family Court Order of Protection Dismissed: Court Finds Client’s Speech Protected and Lacking Clear Threat of Genuine Harm
30 January 2020
- New York Hate Crime Anti-Terrorism Act: A Cursory Review of the Potential Domestic Terrorism Crime
22 January 2020
- Raise the Age, Extraordinary Circumstances, Adolescent Offenders and Heightened Services: Removing Child Theft and Robbery Prosecutions in Adult Court to Family Court
5 March 2020
- To Deprive, or Not to Deprive, that is the Larcenous Question: A Deeper Dive into Larceny and Intent
1 January 2020
- Deprive and Appropriate: Critical Elements in a New York Grand Larceny Prosecution
13 December 2019
- Identity Theft, Grand Larceny, Forgery and Criminal Impersonation: Criminal Liability in NYS when Illegal Conduct Occurred Elsewhere
3 December 2019
- Queens Criminal Court: “Stealing” and Ejaculating on Cell Phone Cover Not Enough to Sustain Grand Larceny Indictment
13 November 2019
- Prosecution of Financial Executives Under the FCPA: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
3 December 2018
- Financial Crimes and Financial Services Professionals: FINRA, U4s and New York Theft and Fraud Crimes
14 November 2018
- Is it Always a Grand Larceny Crime to Fraudulently Request and Receive Tax Refunds: Understanding Criminal Tax Fraud and Grand Larceny
15 October 2018
- Can Possessing Stolen Property from Multiple People be Added Together to Increase the Charge and Penalty of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property
4 October 2018