Anthony M. Grandinetie

About Us

Anthony M. Grandinette is the founder of the firm. With over 27 years of trial experience handling both civil and criminal cases, Mr. Grandinette brings a wealth of experience and wisdom to his work. As a former Nassau County prosecutor, Mr. Grandinette has experience on both sides of the legal system. Mr. Grandinette is extensively involved in the State and local legal community having lectured for the New York State Bar Association, Nassau County Bar Association and local law schools on a variety of legal topics including criminal procedure, jury selection and the death penalty, and has authored several articles for publication concerning unique and evolving areas of law. Mr. Grandinette served as Chairman of the Nassau County Bar Association Criminal Law and Procedure Committee and as a Director and President of the Nassau County Criminal Courts Bar Association. Mr. Grandinette has also been at the forefront of Civil Rights litigation concerning the Nassau County Homicide Bureau’s interrogation tactics. He has successfully participated in the exoneration of individuals coerced into signing false confessions for murders they did not commit. Ultimately, the Nassau County Police Department modified their interrogation protocols following a series of civil rights actions brought by the firm, including the civil rights trial verdict in the Lee case, resulting in the current policy of video-taping all homicide interrogations.

Supporting him is a team of seasoned and highly-educated professionals, knowledgeable in navigating the local and state courts throughout Long Island. This experience translates into an increased likelihood of success to all of the firm's clients.*