Dominic F. Amorosa

Prior representations include the following:

Mr. Amorosa represented a former Heavyweight Olympic Boxing Champion on a charge that he attempted to bribe another boxer. The defendant was acquitted of all charges in the New York County Supreme Court following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa represented the former President of the New York District Council of Carpenters on a charge that he took bribes over a period of years. The defendant was acquitted of all charges in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa, along with another attorney, represented a former Senior Vice President of the Southland Corporation, which owned and franchised 7-11 stores, on a charge that he conspired to bribe a New York State official. The defendant was acquitted on all charges in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa represented a former officer of a large New York City painting contractor on a racketeering charge. The defendant was acquitted of all charges in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa represented the former President of the New York District Council of Mason Tenders on allegations that he misused his offices and union funds. The former President was never prosecuted. 


Mr. Amorosa represented a former senior officer of the G-Tech Corporation on a charge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky that he took kickbacks from G-Tech contractors. The defendant was acquitted of all charges following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa represented a former member of the New York Stock Exchange on a charge that he defrauded his customers and violated the securities’ laws. The defendant was exonerated of all charges and his indictment dismissed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. 


Mr. Amorosa represented a former clerk to a New York Supreme Court Justice on a charge that he took bribes from litigants. The defendant was acquitted of all charges in Kings County Supreme Court following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa represented a former securities broker on a charge that he defrauded a Connecticut bank in connection with an Initial Public Offering. The Defendant was acquitted of all charges in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut following trial. 


Mr. Amorosa represented an employee of a major New York City hotel on a counterfeiting charge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. The defendant was acquitted of all charges following trial.


(Please note, prior successes are no guarantee of future results. Mr. Amorosa has had cases in which the results have not been as successful as those described herein.)