History

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Welcome to the Law Offices of Iannuzzi and Iannuzzi, attorneys at law. We are a team of professionals that take pride in providing our clients with the best services possible to advocate on their behalf throughout the legal process. Our firm invites you to learn more about our history below, and we encourage you to contact us if you are seeking representation in any of the areas we service. Contact our office for additional details, or for more information.

Backstory

Nicholas P. Iannuzzi was admitted to the Bar of the State of New York on November 10, 1930. Shortly thereafter, he began to work in the private practice of the law in association with Caesar F. Barra, an eminent criminal trial attorney of that day. During this period, Mr. Iannuzzi represented individuals accused of violations of the penal law, including Johnny Torrio and Charles Luciano. Mr. Iannuzzi maintained his own private law practice until 1944 when he was appointed an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York.

State Supreme Court

Following his term in that office, Mr. Iannuzzi became Courtoom Attorney/Confidential Assistant to the Honorable James B.M. McNally, Justice of the Supreme Court, State of New York. During this period of time Mr. Iannuzzi was also Attorney for the New York County Democratic Organization (Tammany Hall).

Firm Beginnings

John Nicholas Iannuzzi son of Nicholas P. Iannuzzi was admitted to the Bar of the State of New York on June 18, 1962. Thereafter, the firm as it is now configured was formed and continues to this day, under the name Iannuzzi and Iannuzzi. The firm is currently located on the 22nd Floor of the Woolworth building in lower Manhattan.

Nicholas P. Iannuzzi, II, on August 17, 2014 was admitted to the Bar, becoming the third generation to carry on the tradition of the practice of law, specializing in criminal defense, immigration, and marital disputes.
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