Michael Schillinger

Michael Schillinger

About Michael A. Schillinger, Esq.

Law Office of Michael A. Schillinger, Esq.

142 Freeman Avenue
Islip, NY 11751

Phone: 631-650-6900

Website: michaelschillinger.com

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About Michael Schillinger

Mike Schillinger is a former prosecutor who uses that experience to effectively represent his clients. Prior to entering criminal defense practice, Mike served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Queens County District Attorney's Office where he prosecuted numerous misdemeanor and felony DWI cases. Mike uses his experience to aid him in negotiating with the District Attorney's Office in an attempt to reach the best possible resolution on his client's cases. And when a resolution can't be reached, he uses his knowledge to fight for his clients every step of the way.

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