Timothy E. Zerillo

Timothy E. Zerillo

Criminal Defense Attorney
Portland, ME




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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.

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Client Reviews

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Best Attorney in Maine

Posted by: a Child Abuse client almost 2 years ago.

Tim Zerillo recently represented my family in a very complicated and sensitive family matter. Tim selflessly stepped up to defend us in what was...

Truly Impressive

Posted by: Christopher over 2 years ago.

Timothy Zerillo, along with his associates and staff, will forever be held by me in the highest regard. Tim and his firm represent the pinnacle of...
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Shelley P Carter
Shelley Carter

Fryeburg, ME

3 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse Attorney Zerillo. Tim is an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. He is highly professional and is well versed in the law. He is a...
Douglas MacMillan Borthwick
Douglas Borthwick

Santa Ana, CA

6 months ago

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I endorse this lawyer.
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2001 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Maine.
Last updated by Avvo: 04/17/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2001 – present

Zerillo Law, LLC


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2000 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

New England Law Boston


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2013 New England Super Lawyer

Super Lawyers


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2009- present President

Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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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

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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

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