Aggressive Representation in Divorce & Criminal Law
A Firm with a Combined 20 Years in Practicing Law
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Alimony/Spousal Maintenance
- Endangering the Welfare of a Child
- Theft Crimes
- Traffic Tickets
- Unlawful Possession of Marijuana
- Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance
Call The Militello Law Firm, today at 585-310-0268 to arrange your initial consultation.
P. Adam Militello, Esq.
- New York, 2008
- University at Buffalo Law School, Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2007
Professional Memberships and Achievements:
- Law Faculty Award – State University of New York at Buffalo Law School – 2007
- Member of the National College for DUI Defense
- Member of National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
"I am very pleased with the service I received from Adam Militello in dealing with my DWI case. He explained every detail of my case, answered every question I had honestly and helped me become grounded as I was extremely overwhelmed by the details of my first arrest. He was persistent in trying to attain a plea bargain and eventually prevailed. He got me the best deal possible and I am extremely satisfied with his work. Should you ever find yourself in the unfortunate position of being charged with a dwi, Adam Militello comes highly recommended by me. Many thanks!"
"I had just recently graduated from law school and was awaiting my bar exam when I was charged with 3 class D felonies. Adam was incredibly invested and attentive from the beginning of my case. He greatly exceeded my expectations in how often he took the time to come visit me in jail with updates. He calmly talked my wife through the issues and helped her understand what was going on. Adam believed in me and took the case to jury trial in Monroe County Court. His courtroom performance was excellent, combined with a solid grasp of litigation procedures and law. The jury verdict was not guilty on the 3 counts. I WAS DISCHARGED AND ACQUITTED ON ALL COUNTS. Worst-case scenario I was looking at 21 years in prison, and instead today I have my life back."