March 31, 2022 | Written By Laurel Sceviour
Parlatore Law Group, LLP is excited to announce our continued growth during March 2022, as we welcome Patricia Theodorou to our team and increase our strength in New York.
Patricia Theodorou is a partner with Parlatore Law Group who brings over a quarter of a century of experience in litigation, having been a prosecutor in the Queens County District Attorney’s Office, the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, in the state of New York during that time. Ms. Theodorou concentrates her practice on criminal, military, and white-collar litigation, as well as investigations and appellate work. She has substantial courtroom and trial experience with a strong record of success.
“I am very excited to join Parlatore Law Group because the cloud-based platform allows me to fully balance being a fierce advocate for my clients with being a more involved mom and wife. The real beauty of this firm is that its' lawyers have such diversity in the areas of law they practice in. It is also in the fact that they practice in varied jurisdictions, across the country and around the world. Thus, no matter what area a potential client is looking for help in, or where they need that help - we have someone to handle that matter. Often, there are numerous lawyers, who collaborate on it, to give the client the best experience- and all with less overhead costs!”—Patricia Theodorou, Partner
As a prosecutor, she has tried numerous felony trials including charges of murder and attempted murder in the first degree. She has also supervised innumerable felony and misdemeanor trials in her position of Supervisor, Deputy Bureau Chief, Bureau Chief and Deputy Division Chief at the various DA’s Offices. She has instituted and run training programs for younger attorneys, as well as lectured in all manners of how to investigate cases and conduct trials. She has established excellent relationships with prosecutors and defense attorneys alike.
In addition to her extensive time as a former prosecutor, she is also a former associate for a Jacksonville, North Carolina defense firm specializing in both criminal and military defense. There, she assisted the partner who headed the firm’s military practice, particularly at Camp LeJeune. This work comprised assisting in investigations, administrative hearings, non- judicial punishment, and representing clients in court- martial, including aiding in the litigation of a capital murder case at Camp LeJeune.
She is admitted to practice in New York.
To view Patricia Theodorou’s full biography and contact information, click here.
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