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  • Without any question....the best of the best!

    “We hired Tim to represent our son in a criminal matter. We will forever be grateful for the extremely favorable outcome - thank you Tim! This guy is, without any doubt, the best I have ever dealt with!”

    - Tony
  • Best lawyer in Maine!

    “Tim is an extremely professional and knowledgeable lawyer. Throughout my legal case, Tim's confidence and understanding of the legal system made me feel extremely comfortable.”

    - Former Client
  • Tim and his staff are great to deal with and I recommend him.

    “We filed suit and after pushing them, we got the case settled for over 3 times more than our best offer before filing suit!”

    - Former Client
  • Doesn't get any better.

    “He was thorough with investigations and bringing other experts when necessary. Mr. Zerillo has a true understanding of the clients side regarding family and the emotions. A great "bed-side manner". I am grateful to have found him.”

    - William
  • Tim did a superb job putting me at ease while preparing my case.

    “He was consistently patient and accommodating with my frequent requests and questions, and responded promptly every time. I highly encourage you to contact him if you’re ever in need of a lawyer.”

    - Former Client
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Tim Zerillo Gets Evidence Suppressed in York County Manslaughter Case

Pending in York County is a manslaughter case for a boating accident involving our Client. Tim Zerillo filed a Motion to Suppress and hearings were held on that Motion earlier this year, in which several law enforcement officers testified. Tim's goal was to suppress the blood-alcohol test results, along with our Client's statements. Tim's argument was that a warrant was required for the seizure of our Client's blood, which was not obtained. Further, our Client was not permitted by the police to travel in the ambulance to the hospital with his dying brother. Even though he was not formally restrained, we argued that he was in custody for Miranda purposes, and his statements should have been suppressed absent Miranda warnings. 

The Court has agreed and suppressed the blood-alcohol test evidence along with all statements given by our Client.  

This is a terrific victory for our Client as he continues to fight for his freedom in the face of this horrible tragedy. 

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