For over 20 years, The Law Office of E. Gregory M. Cannarozzi Counselor-At-Law, L.L.C. has provided professional legal services for residents of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.. Our staff consists of trained, qualified professionals who work hard to ensure that each of our clients is satisfied.
B.A., with classics, Fairfield University, cum laude.
J.D., Quinnipiac University School of Law.
New Jersey Supreme Court, 1985
New Jersey U.S. District Court, 1985
U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit, 1985
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, 1987
District of Columbia , 1991
Pennsylvania Supreme Court, 1993
New York Supreme Court, 1994
Bergen County and New Jersey State Bar Associations
New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators (Chair, Ethics and Enforcement, 1999-2009, Co-Chair, Bylaws and Ethics), Accredited Professional Mediator (Civil), 1994-.
Association of Trial Lawyers of America
National Employment Lawyers Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Adjunct Professor, Business Law, Bergen Community College, 1989-1991. Arbitrator, Permanent No-Fault Panel: American Arbitration Association, 1999-2002. District II-A, Attorney, Ethics Panel, Bergen County, 2002-2006. Mediator, New Jersey Court Assisted Program (Civil), Accredited Professional Mediator (NJAPM) 1994-, Arbitrator, Superior Court, Bergen County, Auto and Personal Injury Panels, 1994.
Santa Barbara v. Heart of Cedar Lane, 226 N.J. Super. 509 (App. Div 1988)
Smith v. USPS, 854 F.2d 1327 (Fed.Cir.1988)
A.S.A. U.S.S.A. and N.S.A (Umpire);
Commerce and Industry of New Jersey.
Wage and Hours
Wills, Living Wills, POA’s
Probate and Administration Law
Personal Injury Arbitration
Social Security Appeals
Residential and Commercial Real Estate
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Defendant charged with DWI, careless, open container and refusal; Results: Guilty to DWI and open container. Refusal dismissed.
Defendant accused of speeding 103 mph in a 55 mph zone; Result: guilty plea to 69 mph in a 55 mph; 10 day license suspension only.
Defendant accused of speeding (61 mph in a 25 mph); Result: guilty plea to delaying traffic with minimal fine no points.
Defendant charged with no parking, open container, throw debris from vehicle, possession of alcohol, maintaining a nuisance and creating a hazardous condition; Result: pled guilty to illegal entry in park, illegal parking in park and littering. All remaining criminal complaints dismissed with minimal fines only.
Defendant accused in New York of violation of probation for misdemeanor DWI; Result: dismissal of all charges and bail exonerated on defense motion.
Defendant accused of driving while suspended second offense based on out of state motor vehicle violation; Result: guilty plea to parking adjudication act.
Defendant accused of driving while suspended third offense; Result: Defendant pled guilty to the Parking Adjudication Act (39:3-40(i)).
Defendant accused of careless driving, reckless driving, improper passing, cell phone and unsafe lane change; Result: Plea to unsafe operation, with minimum fines only.
Defendant charged with driving while suspended, notification of residence, cell phone, and driving with an expired license; Results: Guilty plea to Parking Adjudication Act and expired license.
Defendant charged with possession of CDS and possession of paraphernalia; Results: Guilty to paraphernalia. Fine only of $708.00. No license suspension , no community service and no incarceration.