Thank you to the Long Island Law Podcast for having me as a guest (for the 3rd time!) to discuss the broad changes taking place in the New York criminal justice system in 2020. Always a pleasure to speak with Zehava Schechter, an excellent estate planning, administration, and litigation attorney.
From the website:
Welcome to the LI Law Podcast. We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners. The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings. If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!
Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years. She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution. If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald, Lynbrook/East Rockaway Herald, Oceanside/Island Park Herald, and the Beacon newspapers.
Our guest on this 28th episode is Daniel A. Johnston, Esq., an attorney specializing in Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, and Business and Consumer Litigation. Dan’s motto is “Call me when you’re arrested, injured, or ripped off.” Dan was a guest on our show for the 4th and 14th episodes and is back by popular demand. If you missed those shows, be sure to go back to check them out.
Dan is a former prosecutor in the Nassau County District Attorney’s office who has also handled civil litigation defense matters in large NYC firms. Dan’s practice focuses on helping individuals and small businesses when it matters most (mostly criminal defense and plaintiff’s side civil litigation).
Here is Dan Johnston’s contact information:
Daniel A. Johnston, Esq.
Johnston Law LLC
332 Willis Avenue
Mineola, NY 11501
Tel: (516) 388-7611
Fax: (516) 706-3836