Matt Curcione Listed as a Top 3 in Norfolk

Our founding attorney, Matt Curcione, was just listed as one of the top 3 criminal defense lawyers in Norfolk, Virginia, by Three Best Rated®. This rating company was intended to help people find the top 3 professionals, businesses, restaurants, and health care providers in any city.

They way Three Best Rated® finds the best in any area is by checking a professional’s reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, cost, trust, reputation, and general excellence. Using a 50-point inspection system, they display only business that are verified by their employees. No one pays Three Best Rated® to list their businesses, which means the top 3 are only listed when they are recognized as being the best in their area—not for paying for it.

Matt Curcione of Curcione Law, PLC was recognized for the consistent and high quality of his practice of criminal law. While working on his law degree, Mr. Curcione proudly served as an officer with the Virginia Beach Police Department. He was able to balance an almost full course load in law school while dealing with the daily stresses of being a police officer. He uses this ability in his practice to better serve his clients.

As a former police officer, Mr. Curcione has a unique insight into the mindset of police officers and prosecutors that most attorneys do not. If you’re facing criminal charges, make sure you have someone on your team who knows how the opposition thinks. Mr. Curcione is experienced with handling a range of different charges, such as assault and battery, child abuse, drug crimes, DUI, protective orders, reckless driving, theft, traffic tickets, and computer crimes. He can also help with expungement of criminal records. Talk to our experienced Norfolk criminal attorney today. Contact us at (757) 777-9207 or fill out our online form to schedule a case consultation today.

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