"It is important to have
an attorney who is
experienced and successful in defending people"
Paluso has extensive experience in DUI, criminal, drug and
juvenile law. Prior
to establishing his own law office, Mr. Paluso was an Assistant District Attorney in
Washington County, Pennsylvania.
As an Assistant District Attorney, he prosecuted DUI's, drug,
and all types of criminal offenses. His experience as a prosecutor
enables him to understand what needs to be done to best defend people
accused of committing any offense.
Mr. Paluso strives to provide you with the highest quality of
representation through his extensive research, preparation,
examination of witnesses and
experience. He wants you to understand the process and
pledges to keep you informed at each step of your
down to earth approach Attorney Paluso takes to the practice of
law enables him to successfully defend numerous clients charged
with virtually every type of
offense. His achievements include:
defending numerous clients charged with DUI.
defending numerous clients charged with drug offenses.
Successfully defending numerous clients charged with criminal offenses from
first degree murder to summary offenses.
Successfully reversing my clients' convictions on appeal.
Dennis Paluso graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
with a BS Degree in Accounting and received his J.D. from
Syracuse University College of Law.
Paluso handles all types of criminal matters for adults and
juveniles accused and/or charged with a crime. Attorney
Paluso's office is located in Charleroi, PA and he will
accommodate clients throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania including
the counties of Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria,
Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington, Westmoreland and
"I will fight for your rights and your freedom,
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represents clients charged with homicide, felony, misdemeanor and
summary offenses. Types of cases handled by attorney Paluso
include DUI's, drug violations, motor vehicle violations, traffic
tickets, white collar crime, assaults, theft, burglary, robbery,
murder and juvenile matters.