Timothy E. Zerillo

Timothy E. Zerillo

Criminal Defense Attorney
Portland, ME




No Misconduct



Answers and Advice

14 questions answered.

About Me

I am pleased to represent individuals with cases throughout the State of Maine, in both federal and state courts.  In addition to a busy law practice, I am a husband, father of 2, and part-time basketball coach!  For more about Zerillo Law, LLC, please visit www.GetZerillo.com or visit my blog www.LawInMaine.com.

Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Client Reviews

Showing 2 of 10 client reviews

My go to guy!

Posted by: Ken 9 months ago.

Tim and all of his staff has been there to help me with any problem i run into even if it did not have anything to do with my personal injury case. I...

Professional, experienced, winner

Posted by: a Criminal Defense client over 1 year ago.

Tim is the consummate professional. What elevates his status is his intelligence, experience, wit, charm and caring nature. He really makes you...
Show more


Showing 2 of 7 peer endorsements

Douglas Macmillan Borthwick
Douglas Borthwick

Santa Ana, CA

About 1 month ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer.
J. Denise Carter
J. Carter

Lees Summit, MO

8 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer.a very well respected advocate in the legal community.
Show more



2001 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Maine.
Last updated by Avvo: 12/15/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

Showing 1 of 3 job entries
2001 – present

Zerillo Law, LLC


Showing 1 of 2 degrees

2000 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

New England Law Boston


Showing 1 of 6 awards

2013 New England Super Lawyer

Super Lawyers


Showing 1 of 5 association entries

2009- present President

Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Show more



Showing 2 of 8 publications

2012 “The Police Are Knocking On My Client’s Door and I Don’t Practice Criminal Law – What Do I Do?”

Maine Lawyers Review

2012 “Confrontation Clause Update after Michigan v. Bryant”

Maine Law Review

Speaking Engagements

Showing 2 of 7 occasions

2012 “Collateral Consequences and Firearm Rights”

at Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Annual Seminar

2011 “Domestic Violence: Collateral Consequences of Domestic Assault Convictions”

at York Bar Association Conference

Show more