Attorney Scott E. Gross

Premier Criminal Defense in Long Island

Attorney Scott Gross

Upon graduating law school in 2006, Mr. Gross was appointed as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County, New York. During his tenure as a prosecutor, Mr. Gross handled thousands of criminal cases at all levels, many of which were high profile matters followed by various media outlets.

How Can Attorney Gross Help You?

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  • Years of Experience
  • Track Record of Success
  • Thousands of Cases Handled



Mr. Gross successfully litigated numerous cases through jury trials, motions, and hearings. He also worked in the Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Bureau where he prosecuted family offenses on the misdemeanor and felony level. Mr. Gross has handled cases in the Narcotics, White Collar Crime and Major Offense Bureaus. Because of his experience in Suffolk County, Mr. Gross is highly-skilled in trial technique and rules of evidence.

His aggressive courtroom style has led to many favorable outcomes. Following his career as a prosecutor, Mr. Gross worked for the largest matrimonial law firm on Long Island, where he handled divorces, custody matters, and orders of protection in the Family, District, and Supreme Court. He handles complex matrimonial cases and litigates any issue on behalf of his clients, no matter how big or small they may be.

A Reputation You Can Trust

Outside of the courtroom, Mr. Gross is a college professor at a prestigious university where he teaches criminal justice and family law, about which he is extremely passionate. He is also the Chair of the Innocence Project at Hofstra University.

These activities, as well as his academic background, work experience and reputation for ethical and professional standards among his colleagues, have earned him an esteemed reputation. Mr. Gross is committed to providing compassionate, skillful, confidential and personal representation to all of his clients.

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