Richard W. Young, Esq. Brothers in Law
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Richard W. Young grew up on Long Island and attended Long Island University, C.W. Post College, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with honors. After college, Richard was appointed an Officer in the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department and received the Jack P. Finnerty Award for Academic Excellence. Mr. Young left the Sheriff’s Department to join the New York City Police Department, a lifelong goal.
Upon graduating the Police Academy in the top 1% of his class, Officer Young was assigned directly to a precinct. Officer Young quickly became a highly decorated New York City Police Officer serving in prestigious commands including the Tactical Patrol Force, the Street Crime Unit and as an investigator with the Organized Control Bureau Narcotics Division. Mr. Young made many notable and highly publicized arrests. In 1985 he was promoted to the rank of Police Sergeant. In 1986 he was assigned as the Supervisor of the Midtown South Precinct Anti-Crime Unit (the largest anti-crime unit in the city). In 1988 Sergeant Young was seriously injured in the line of duty and forced to retire early due to the severity of the injuries he sustained.
Mr. Young attended St. John’s School and in 1993 Mr. Young was admitted to the practice of law before the Courts of New York State. Mr. Young founded the firm and since then has successfully handled thousands of matters for all types of clients.
Young & Young, LLP is a full service lawfirm specializing in personal injury, criminal defense and all traffic matters. They are located in Central Islip, New York. The firm defends clients in Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens and Brooklyn. With over 20 years of legal experience, they have the knowledge, skills and experience to handle all types of cases, regardless of how complex or challenging they may be. They have been in this business long enough to know what is at stake and that is why they are 100% committed to their clients. Young & Young, LLP is now turning to radio as a medium for giving their legal advice out to fellow longer islanders.
Brothers in Law
Richard and Patrick Young