If walls could talk, it would seem the Nassau County Courthouse would have quite a few interesting stories to tell.
Fake logos on 11,000 fleece jackets will be covered and donated to needy groups under a program by Nassau District Attorney Madeline Singas.
Women convicted of low-level and felony crimes can avoid jail by enrolling in programs at the Woman’s Opportunity Rehabilitation Center.
DA Singas fights to change loophole in law.“They could be next to you on the LIE. They could be next to you on the Northern State Parkway, in that condition, and we couldn’t charge them with a crime,” Singas said.
At Least Three Homicides Were Prevented During the Seven-Month Long Investigation Investigation Included Surveillance of Alleged Gang Operations in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Texas and Overseas
Their interview covered a wide-range of topics including MS-13, guns, the opioid epidemic and our new Phoenix program.
Nassau County Youth Court is teaching young people valuable life lessons. The court is real and the cases are real, but the defendants are young, ages 11 to 17, and their cases are tried by other teenagers.
Taking on the Heroin Epidemic
Many anti-Semitic incidents on Long Island involve vandalism and harassment. Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas has launched an innovative new program in which suspects are counseled by Holocaust survivors.
“We collaborated with law enforcement agencies in those jurisdictions to make sure we crushed these supply chains.”
Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas is leading the charge against heroin addiction on Long Island
District Attorney Singas talks about Youth Court.
Youth Court was started six years ago by the District Attorney's office and has seen nearly 700 cases.