Peter F. Iocona
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Peter F. Iocona

Orange County DUI Trial Attorney

The Law Office of Peter F. Iocona

22982 La Cadena Drive
Suite 239
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Phone: 949-305-0343


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About Peter F. Iocona

Attorney Peter F. Iocona is a Criminal Defense Lawyer who specializes in defending people charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in California, particularly Southern California. Mr. Iocona is the Owner of Peter F. Iocona - Attorney at Law, and an Owner and CFO of The SoCal Law Network where he serves as the firm's Lead Trial Lawyer in DUI cases. Mr. Iocona began his law career with the Law Office of Barry T. Simons in 2000 and by 2009 became one of the Lead Trial Lawyers for the firm. In 2012, he became the Managing Attorney for the firm in addition to being the firm's Lead Trial Attorneys in driving under the influence cases until he left the firm in 2016 to form his own firm, The SoCal Law Network, with his two partners, Alan Castillo and Marlo Cordero, and later, Peter F. Iocona, Attorney at Law. Mr. Iocona has successfully litigated thousands of DUI cases in courts throughout all of California, particularly Southern California and has taken over 50 DUI cases to trial. Based on his reputation as a successful trial lawyer, Mr. Iocona has been repeatedly selected as one of the nation's Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Iocona was also selected as a Top-Rated DUI Attorney by AVVO, the attorney rating service, and was featured in the annual publication of OC Metro Magazine of the Top-Rated DUI Attorneys in Orange County. Mr. Iocona has also been rated by Super Lawyers and named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2015 and 2016. Since 2015, Mr. Iocona has been repeatedly designated as a Nationally Recognized Superior DUI Attorney by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD), an invitation only organization that locates and validates the very best private DUI attorneys so clients can select the most qualified attorney for their Driving Under the Influence (DUI) case. NAFDD has identified the finest criminal defense attorneys in each state and then selected those who spend a significant portion of their practice representing individuals accused of DUI in order for that attorney to be considered a Superior DUI Attorney by NAFDD. The Superior DUI Attorney badge identifies those whom NAFDD has designated as being one of the nation's Top DUI Attorneys. Mr. Iocona has also been selected for inclusion in the 2015 list of the Nation’s Top One Percent, which is published by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC). Beginning in 2017, Mr. Iocona has been selected into the List of America's Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys for his work in DUI and Criminal Defense.

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