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|Attorney||The Nelson Law Office P.C.||2014 - Present|
|Attorney||The Law Office of Joseph A. Lobosco, Esq.||2004 - Present|
|Assistant District Attorney||Queens County District Attorney's Office||1989 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||2014 - Present|
|People v. Farmville||Client acquitted of drug sale charge|
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|St John's University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1989|
Posted by Scorpion
I had my doubts about this guy because by his own admission, he was always busy "on trial in Queens". However, as you can see from his website, he has prosecutorial experience and has practiced for 20 years, so I figured he knew what he was doing..Plus, he assured me that he's always very attentive to all his clients' cases no matter how busy he might appear..I took his word for it..Bad move!!
This guy must have never tried a DWI case before as a defense attorney..He had absolutely no idea how to handle the administrative portion of my DWI case, involving the status of my driver's license.. When I needed the case postponed because my witness couldn't make it, he didn't bother doing it, even though I reminded him more than half a dozen times.. He told me that I could show up @ the place of the hearing without him & wait on a line & request another date, which turned out to be erroneous information.. I had to go before an administrative judge who pretty much let me have it for my attorney's absence & questioned his competence. The judge told me that he couldn't excuse the absence because Mr. Lobosco didn't follow standard protocol for postponing a case, & I could either proceed w/out my attorney on that day or I could have my license revoked because he failed to request another date. I had to accept the revocation until a new hearing date would be set (which is at least a few months down the line), because I wasn't going to proceed without an attorney present..
Additionally, Mr Lobosco FAILED to even contact the District attorney's office regarding the release of my forfeited vehicle, which had been in custody for four months.. I fired this clown & hired another attorney that I know has experience handling these types of cases.
Also, when I requested a financial accounting of my case so that he could return unused retainer funds owed to me, Mr. Lobosco ignored my request and wouldn't return my phone calls. Thank God I paid a chunk of his fees via credit card & filed a dispute through the credit card company.
Moral of this story, stay away!!