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Raymond Paul Sciarrino

Raymond Paul Sciarrino

DUI / DWI and Social Security Disability Lawyer
Sciarrino & Sciarrino, P.C.
Mount Morris, NY
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About Raymond Paul Sciarrino

Attorney Biography

Sciarrino & Sciarrino, P.C. is a Rochester, New York area law firm with offices located in the Villages of Mt. Morris, New York and Perry, New York. For more than 50 years, our law firm has been providing high quality legal services to our clients throughout Western New York and the Finger Lakes Region.

Raymond P. Sciarrino’s father, Raymond L. Sciarrino, started his law practice in 1963.

Mr. Sciarrino joined his father’s law office in 1995, after earning his law degree from Cornell Law School, where he was the business manager of the Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy.

He became a partner a few years later and took over the practice in January 2009. Presently, he concentrates his practice on criminal defense and alcohol related driving cases and Social Security Disability cases. In addition to his work in private practice, Mr. Sciarrino also was apart-time Town Court Justice in the Town of Leicester, New York from 2002 – 2013.

If you need a criminal lawyer for any misdemeanor offense in a Village or Town Court or a Felony offense in a County Court, Call our office at 585-658-2161. We will act on your behalf, aggressively and competently, to develop a thorough and comprehensive defense designed to protect your rights, defend your freedom and obtain the best possible outcome.

If you feel you are disabled and cannot work and you and your doctor agree that your disability is going to last at least a full year or more, contact us for a free case evaluation. Call our office at 585-658-2161.Our law firm can help you with the application process, or if you have recently been denied social security disability benefits you can hire Sciarrino & Sciarrino Law Office to aggressively and thoroughly develop your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Social Security Income (SSI) appeal.

So, you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or similar charges in Monroe, Livingston or Wyoming County. Chances are if you are stopped and suspected of DWI, within an average of eighteen minutes from being pulled over, you will be handcuffed and escorted to the backseat of the police car. Naturally, you have questions. What do I do now? Do I have a defense? Will I lose my job? Will I lose my license? Will I go to jail? Of course, the Law Firm of Sciarrino & Sciarrino, P.C has answers. Call our office at 585-658-2161.

Practice Areas

DUI / DWI (39%)
Social Security Disability Law (16%)
Criminal Defense (14%)
Residential Real Estate Law (7%)
Personal Injury (5%)
Motor Vehicle Accidents (4%)
Wills (3%)
Probate (3%)
Business Law (3%)
Landlord-Tenant Law (2%)
Commercial Real Estate Law (2%)
Real Estate Law (2%)
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Bar Licenses

New York State Bar
New York
Member in Good Standing


Cornell Law Scool
Doctor of Law

Cornell University
Bachelor of Science

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National College for DUI Defense
General Member
National College for DUI Defense

American Bar Association

Ethical Lawyers of America

New York Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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Recognized for Professional Involvement
Lawyer Legion

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Raymond Paul Sciarrino
Sciarrino & Sciarrino, P.C.
106 Main Street
Mount Morris, NY 14510
Office: 585-658-2161
Fax: 585-658-2165

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Nonprofit Organizations

National College for DUI Defense, Inc. -

The NCDD is the largest non-profit, professional organization of criminal defense attorneys focused specifically on defending DUI / DWI and drunk driving related criminal charges throughout the United States and Canada.