Attorney Biography

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Attorney Leonardo A. Angiulo

Attorney Angiulo attended Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. His legal education included internships with the Massachusetts Appeals Court, the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office and the Suffolk University Juvenile Justice Clinic. After graduating from Suffolk he returned to Worcester.  Initially, he gained professional experience in the courtroom as an Assistant District Attorney.  Mr. Angiulo then worked as part of a leading local firm.  His focus as a member of this team was in the areas of criminal defense and personal injury.  His experience includes murder, rape, white collar criminal defense, and other serious cases.  This combination of education and experience benefits anyone who needs a voice before a judge, jury or other decision maker.

Attorney Angiulo continues to concentrate his practice on criminal defense, personal injury, and family law cases. He regularly appears before judges of the District, Probate and Family, Superior, and Federal Courts of Massachusetts.  The Angiulo law office is centrally located in Worcester County, however, the practice area extends from Cape Cod and Boston to the Pioneer Valley and the Berkshires.

In addition to his law practice, Mr. Angiulo is an active part of the Worcester County community.  He serves as the chairperson of the Trial Practice Section of the Worcester County Bar Association and volunteers every year as a moot court judge at Fitchburg State College.  He has guest lectured at local colleges and is an adjunct faculty member of Quinsigamond Community College.

PUBLICATIONS

The Role of Discovery in the Defense of DUI Cases, Trends in DUI Discovery, Aspatore Publishing, 2015 Ed.

GolocalWorcester Weekly Legal Columnist, www.golocalworcester.com, March 2012 to present

Generosity or Negligence: Understanding Social Host Liability, Brown-Forman Corporate website

State Budget Cuts for the Trial Court, Massachusetts Lawyers Journal, v. 19, No. 8, April 2012

Model Motion Challenging Breath Test Admission at Trial Pursuant to Melendez-Diaz, MCLE Seminar Publication, Confrontation in the Aftermath of Melendez-Diaz, 2010