A Chautauqua County Attorney Providing Aggressive Legal Advocacy To People And Businesses In The Community

Powerful Criminal Defense When Your Future Is On The Line

Few things are more frightening than being arrested for a crime. Will you go to jail? Will you lose your driver’s license? Will you have a criminal record?

An experienced criminal defense lawyer can address these pressing questions. It is important to act quickly to hire an attorney, to assert your rights during questioning and court appearances, and to track down evidence and witnesses that may be critical to your defense.

Get A Former Prosecutor On Your Side
Fredonia attorney John P. Gullo II is a former Chautauqua County assistant district attorney who understands how police and prosecutors build a case. With nearly 30 years of experience, he is thoroughly qualified and prepared to stand by your side as you face these charges. He will skillfully challenge the allegations and work to limit the impact of these charges on your freedom and your future.

Aggressive Representation For Any Criminal Charges

Gullo Law Office represents the accused throughout western New York. We provide experienced, aggressive criminal defense for a wide range of misdemeanor and felony charges, including:

  • Drug crimes
  • Drunk driving (DWI/DWAI)
  • Traffic tickets and serious traffic offenses
  • Arson, criminal mischief and damage to property
  • Burglary, robbery and petit larceny
  • Domestic violence
  • Assault and other violent crimes

Attorney John P. Gullo has more than 25 years of private practice experience. He also has extensive experience working as an assistant district attorney and serving as a county legislator. As a former DA, he can anticipate the prosecutor’s strategy and identify the weakness in their case. Those insights enable him to mount a credible defense and position his clients for dismissal of charges, exclusion of evidence, reduced charges and alternatives to jail.

Experienced Advocacy For Drug Charges

The consequences of a conviction for drug offenses can be extremely harsh. Beyond jail time or steep fines, a drug conviction on your criminal record can make you ineligible for federal financial aid. It can also bar you from certain types of employment, limit your housing options and even impact your right to visitation with your children.

We have experience with the full range of drug charges, from drug possession and possession with intent to sell to serious felony charges such as drug trafficking. We explore all avenues of defense, including violations of your Fourth Amendment rights against illegal search and seizure. We explore all options to limit the punishment, including a Judicial Diversion Program (JDP) to substitute drug treatment for jail time.

Put John Gullo’s Experience To Work For You

The longer you wait to call an attorney, the fewer options you may have for your defense. Call us now to schedule an appointment at 716-267-6385 or use our email contact form.Gullo Law Office is committed to your vigorous defense.