Anthony C. Cillis

Anthony C. Cillis

Cillis Law

13 S. Hamilton Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Phone: 845-554-7171

Website: http://www.cillislaw.com

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About Anthony C. Cillis

Anthony C. Cillis, Esq. is a graduate of Wagner College where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He received his Juris Doctorate at Western New England College School of Law and is admitted to practice law in the State of New York. Prior to founding Cillis Law, Anthony spent seven years as the Senior Associate Attorney at one of the Hudson Valley’s largest law firms. Anthony has litigated matters involving both misdemeanor and felony level offenses of assault, burglary, driving while intoxicated, grand larceny, drug and weapon possession as well as probation and parole violations. Anthony has appeared in courts throughout the Hudson Valley including Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, Putnam, Westchester and Sullivan Counties.


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