In January 1988, I graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and in June 1988, was admitted to practice law in the states of New York and New Jersey. From 1988 through 1996 I was a Staten Island Assistant District Attorney. During my tenure as an ADA, I spent from 1989 to 1991 in the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor in Manhattan. I was eventually promoted to Narcotics Bureau Chief and oversaw all narcotics prosecutions on Staten Island. As an Assistant District Attorney, I prosecuted violent crimes such as murder and armed robbery, to theft crimes, and extensive narcotics investigations. I lectured to members of the NYPD and law enforcement throughout the metropolitan area at John Jay College. I also lectured to police recruits at the New City Police Academy and to new prosecutors at the New York State Basic Prosecutor’s Course. I was also an adjunct professor at St. John’s University.

In 1996, I left the District Attorney’s Office and entered private practice. As an attorney in private practice, I have successfully focused my practice on three main areas: Criminal Defense, Real Estate, and Commercial Litigation matters.

As someone with very extensive trial and courtroom experience, I offer my clients vigorous and professional representation cultivated over more than 30 active years. If you wish to be aggressively represented, please contact me.

I have successfully represented clients selling and buying residential and commercial properties on many thousands of closings. You can confidently expect your closing to be professionally and expertly handled.