Proven results on complex cases
In any civil or criminal case, the higher the stakes become, the more experienced, intricate and detailed your representation must be. Attorney Bill Fanciullo has been working on highly complex federal criminal cases since his days as an Assistant U.S. Attorney. His 30-year background includes prosecution and defense of white collar crime, tax evasion, immigration violations, public corruption, money laundering and criminal conspiracies and many other matters. He's successfully handled complex civil suits, including cases of multi-district litigation. He's a skilled lawyer-investigator, able to assess allegations and ascertain facts. He's a gifted tactician, who can deftly maneuver in every phase of a case, from pre-trial motions through trial and to appeal. He handles all aspects of discovery, including subpoenas, interrogatories and depositions, and forcefully negotiates with prosecutors for reduction in charges and for immunity and puts forth the most compelling position should the matter require sentencing. But mostly, he's a gifted trial attorney, able to distill a daunting volume of detail into a simple, compelling narrative.
Reputation for ethics and professionalism
Mr. Fanciullo is humbled and gratified to have been AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® since 1997. Just as his legal peers recognize his commitment to ethical standards, his clients appreciate the personal attention he devotes to them and to their cases. Always a stickler for detail, Mr. Fanciullo challenges himself to understand every aspect of the cases he selects, to better deliver positive results for his clients.
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Attorney Bill Fanciullo welcomes your calls to discuss your case. You can reach him at 518.427.8261.
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