Charges Against Convicted Sex Offender Dismissed
201710.06
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Charges Against Convicted Sex Offender Dismissed

The Defendant in this case had two prior attorneys, both of whom thought the case was unwinnable and would not take their chances at trial.  The Defendant turned to the only place he could and hired, Mario M. Blanch, Esq.  The case was scheduled for trial in October 2017 and Mario M. Blanch, Esq. was…

Anthony Matos, Esq. overturns Harassment Conviction on Appeal
201709.16
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Anthony Matos, Esq. overturns Harassment Conviction on Appeal

Mr. Anthony Matos, Esq., a recent graduate of Hofstra University Law School, is already making waves by having convictions overturned. Mr. Matos defended the First Amendment rights of the Defendant, Ms. Kathryn Riviello.  Ms. Riviello is an animal rights activist who defends the rights of all animals to live freely and safely.  At a Ridgefield…

Anthony Matos, Esq. wins back to back DUI trials
201709.16
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Anthony Matos, Esq. wins back to back DUI trials

Anthony Matos, Esq of the law firm of Mario M. Blanch, Esq. took back to back DUI matters to trial and won both of them.  In both cases the Prosecution was able to proceed because they could not prove operation of the motor vehicle.  Mr. Matos applied the seminal New Jersey case of State v….

Mario M. Blanch, Esq. is interviewed by Impact Makers Radio on Divorce “Don’t Take it Personal”
201706.29
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Mario M. Blanch, Esq. is interviewed by Impact Makers Radio on Divorce “Don’t Take it Personal”

Mario Blanch, Esq. is interviewed by Impact Makers Radio.  You can hear the whole interview below. Mario Blanch, Attorney at Law, Blanch Legal, West New York Welcome to another “Let’s Talk Divorce!” conversation. On this segment of the show, Stewart Andrew Alexander, speaks with Mario M. Blanch, Family Law Attorney of Blanch Legal in West…

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Mario M. Blanch, Esq. successfully argues to suppress evidence

Mario M. Blanch, Esq. successfully argued in Federal Court that an alleged child pornographers statements to the police were coerced and violated the defendant’s right to remain silent. After the hearing, where Mario M. Blanch, Esq. cross examined two Special Victim’s Unit detectives, the Court found that the Detectives lacked credibility and determined that they…