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Law Office of Stephanie Selloni | Freeport, New York

With a population of more than 40,000 people, Freeport is the second-largest village in the state of New York. The area running along the Woodcleft Canal is commonly known as the Nautical Mile and the annual Nautical Mile Festival in June attracts scores of visitors to Freeport.

Despite being a scenic community, Freeport is not free from crime. As a result, law enforcement in the area regularly arrests individuals for a number of alleged offenses, including violations of village ordinances and state laws.

Freeport Criminal Defense Lawyer

Stephanie Selloni defends residents of and visitors to the Freeport area who were arrested for alleged criminal offenses. Law Office of Stephanie Selloni investigates and fights to get criminal charges reduced or dismissed for clients.

If you were arrested or believe that you may be under investigation for an alleged crime in Freeport, it will be in your best interest to immediately retain legal counsel. Stephanie Selloni is a criminal defense attorney in Freeport who can provide an honest and thorough evaluation of your case when you call (516) 972-1212 or fill out an online contact form to take advantage of a completely free initial consultation.

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Types of Criminal Charges in Freeport

Law Office of Stephanie Selloni represents clients in a wide variety of criminal matters. Stephanie Selloni defends clients who are facing charges relating to:

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Freeport Legal Resources

Freeport, NY | Police Department — The village of Freeport has its own police department. On this website, you can view recent press releases as well as police activity and crime reports. You can also read the police department’s annual report.

Freeport Police Department
40 North Ocean Ave.
Freeport, NY 11520
(516) 377-2411

Freeport, NY | Village Court — The Freeport Village Court convenes three times a week. The court largely handles traffic matters, but it collected over $2 million in revenue in 2009. The village retained more than 80 percent of that revenue.

Freeport Village Court
40 North Ocean Ave.
Freeport, NY 11520
(516) 377-2329

Freeport, NY | Village Attorney — The duties of the village attorney include representing the village in all legal proceedings and preparing legal opinions, in addition to other duties. The Village Attorney and/or deputy village attorneys oversee the prosecution of all violations of the Village code and certain charges under the vehicle and traffic law of the State of New York. You can learn more about the staff and the Village Code on this website.

Village Attorney
Room 206
46 North Ocean Ave.
Freeport, NY 11520
(516) 377-2249

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Major Roads in Freeport

Traffic offenses constitute a common reason for police stops in Freeport. New York State Route 27 runs through the village, and Meadowbrook State Parkway runs by it.

Some of the other roads in Freeport that are common locations of police encounters include, but are not limited to:


  • Adams Street
  • Archer Street
  • Atlantic Avenue
  • Bayview Avenue
  • Branch Avenue
  • Brookside Avenue
  • Columbus Avenue
  • Evans Avenue
  • Grand Avenue
  • Guy Lombardo Avenue
  • Independence Avenue
  • Lena Avenue
  • Long Beach Avenue
  • Main Street
  • Maxson Avenue
  • Merrick Road
  • Mill Road
  • Miller Avenue
  • Moore Avenue
  • Mt. Joy Avenue
  • Nassau Avenue
  • Ocean Avenue
  • Park Avenue
  • Prince Avenue
  • Randall Avenue
  • Roosevelt Avenue
  • Rose Street
  • Rutland Road
  • Seaman Avenue
  • Southside Avenue
  • St. Marks Avenue
  • Tyler Street
  • Westside Avenue
  • Woodcleft Avenue

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Law Office of Stephanie Selloni | Criminal Defense Lawyer in Freeport, NY

Were you arrested or do you think that you could be under investigation for the alleged commission of a criminal offense in Freeport? You should not make any kind of statement to authorities until you have first contacted Law Office of Stephanie Selloni.

Freeport criminal defense attorney Stephanie Selloni understands the tremendous burden that criminal charges place on the lives of alleged offenders and she works tirelessly to help people achieve the best possible outcomes to their criminal cases. Call (516) 972-1212 or complete an online contact form right now to take advantage of a free, confidential consultation that will let our lawyer review your case.

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