Attorney Donald J. Cretella, Jr. is a former adjunct professor at Quinnipiac University and handles personal injury cases and criminal defense cases. Over the past two decades Attorney Cretella has handled automobile accidents, slips and falls, pedestrian accidents and workers compensation cases with serious injuries and has fought and received millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients. He has also handled violent and non-violent criminal cases in State and Federal Court. These cases include all white collar crimes, mortgage fraud, drug cases, assaults, sexual offenses, and murders. Attorney Cretella has earned not guilty verdicts in murder cases, federal drug cases, robberies, and sexual assaults. Attorney Cretella was born in New Haven and is a lifelong resident of the New Haven Area.
Attorney Eugene J. Zingaro is a former JAG officer in the United States Marine Corps. Attorney Zingaro is admitted into the federal bar and handles criminal defense cases, in addition to all aspects of family law. These cases can include divorce, child custody,and all post-judgment issues. Attorney Zingaro handles civil and criminal litigation in all courts and has recently litigated ground-breaking cases for Connecticut Bail Bondsmen who have had defendants abscond to foreign countries.
Steven B. Rasile attended law school and graduated from University of Miami School of Law in 1999. Steven Rasile began practicing law in 2000.
Steven Rasile is an attorney at The Law Offices of Mirto & Rasile, helping people with Criminal Defense issues. The Law Offices of Mirto & Rasile has an office in West Haven, Connecticut, serving the local community.
Steven Rasile was selected to Super Lawyers for 2015 – 2021. Super Lawyers is an exclusive list of top-rated attorneys in specific practice areas who were chosen after thorough evaluation of numerous criteria.
In addition to addressing Criminal Defense legal needs, he also assists clients with Estate & Trust Litigation, Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff and Real Estate: Business issues.