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Nicholas J. Adamucci, Esq.

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As a founding member of Adamucci, LLC., Nicholas J. Adamucci, Esq. has spent the last decade as an active trial and appellate attorney. Mr. Adamucci began his career in 2006 by working in the Superior Court of Connecticut. He subsequently opened his own law practice focusing exclusively on litigation. Since opening his own practice, he has consistently represented and helped clients in a variety of cases ranging from divorce to those injured in a car accident or those charged with a crime. This range of experience allows Mr. Adamucci to handle a variety of issues that usually arise during the course of representation. Mr. Adamucci is recognized as a tireless advocate for every client as he seeks to ensure each client receives superior legal representation.

Education

  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • University of Massachusetts School of Law, North Dartmouth, MA

Bar Admissions

  • State of Connecticut, Superior Court
  • State of Connecticut, Appellate Court
  • State of Connecticut, Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • Second Circuit Court of Appeals

Nicholas J. Adamucci, Esq.

As a founding member of Adamucci, LLC., Nicholas J. Adamucci, Esq. has spent the last decade as an active trial and appellate attorney. Mr. Adamucci began his career in 2006 by working in the Superior Court of Connecticut. He subsequently opened his own law practice focusing exclusively on litigation. Since opening his own practice, he has consistently represented and helped clients in a variety of cases ranging from divorce to those injured in a car accident or those charged with a crime. This range of experience allows Mr. Adamucci to handle a variety of issues that usually arise during the course of representation. Mr. Adamucci is recognized as a tireless advocate for every client as he seeks to ensure each client receives superior legal representation.

Among the hallmarks of his career include obtaining a not-guilty verdict for a young man charged with a serious federal offense in the U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut. At the young age of 29, Nicholas J. Adamucci engaged in a two-week long trial wherein several witnesses from the FBI and DEA testified along with a confidential informant who had audio and video recordings of his interactions with Mr. Adamucci’s client.

Essentially, federal agents claimed Mr. Adamucci’s client conspired to sell guns and weapons to a convicted felon. If convicted, the client was subjected to substantial jail time. His life was at stake during the trial.

Mr. Adamucci worked tirelessly before and during the trial to protect his client’s rights. Through his meticulous trial preparation, pointed cross-examination of the government’s witnesses and zealous representation of his client, the jury agreed with Mr. Adamucci and acquitted his client of all charges. While the client had been detained for nine months while his case was pending, he walked out of the courtroom with Mr. Adamucci a free man, completely exonerated of all charges brought by the United States Government.

Most notably, only a handful of lawyers in the State have obtained such a favorable result after a trial against the United States Government. Mr. Adamucci continues to employ the same meticulous trial preparation and zealous representation to all of his cases as he has obtained many other favorable verdicts and outcomes through both trial and skillful negotiations for his clients.

Mr. Adamucci has also successfully argued in front of the Appellate Court of Connecticut and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. A few of the Appellate Court decisions have been published and are used by other lawyers for legal precedent.

Nicholas J. Adamucci is admitted to practice in all Courts in the State of Connecticut, the U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, as well as the American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association and Fairfield County Bar Association.

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A SAMPLING OF REPRESENTATIVE CASES

United States v. Zrallack, Kenneth- successfully obtained a not-guilty verdict on all
counts, after a two-week trial, where the client was charged with a federal crime.

 

United States v. Carter, Jr., Morris- client acquitted of more serious federal criminal charges brought by the United States government after a one-week trial.

 

State of Connecticut v. Christina Foley- client acquitted of more serious burglary charges after a one-week trial.

 

Finocchio Brothers Carting of Greenwich, Inc. v. Fairview Health of Greenwich, LLC- successfully obtained a $60,000 verdict on a breach of contract claim after trial.

 

Philip Quaranta et al. v. William Cooley et. al- A published Connecticut Appellate Court
case, where the Judgment of the trial court was reversed when Mr. Adamucci’s client was denied her right to due process by failing to afford her a hearing prior to imposing certain sanctions.

 

Bonito, Susan v. Bonito, Dominick- represented husband during a one-week divorce trial involving child custody, child support, alimony and property distribution.

 

Grasso, Joseph v. Grasso, Joanne- successfully represented ex-wife in numerous post- judgment hearings to collect missing alimony payments from her ex-husband.

 

Gambardella, Christina v. Nicholas Gambardella- successfully represented husband in high net worth divorce proceedings involving child support, child custody, alimony and property distribution.

 

Frederick, Susan v. Noelle Salon, Inc.- successfully represented elderly client in premises liability action resulting in six-figure settlement.

 

Celis, Anthony v. Butron, Rene- successfully represented client involved in rear-end car accident resulting in a mid six-figure settlement.

Areas of Practice

1

Family Law

Child support, child custody, alimony, property distribution and other related family issues.

2

Civil litigation

Car accident, slip and falls, breach of contract, negligence, landlord-tenant, defamation and other similar types of civil disputes.

3

Criminal law

DUI, assault, kidnapping, conspiracy, drug related charges, tax evasion and all other criminal charges.