Anthony DiPietro is a criminal defense attorney admitted in New York. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Westchester County Bar Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and Investigating Innocence Project. Mr. DiPietro is also a legal analyst, and contributor to the Pace Criminal Justice Center Blog. ​


Mr. DiPietro has devoted his law practice to serving the most embattled members of society. He strives to provide clients with both investigative and formal legal practices in order to achieve the highest level of representation. He is dedicated to ensure that each client's case is properly presented for review.​​


Mr. DiPietro will personally handle each client's case, and meticulously review whether further factual development is necessary. In most matters, Mr. DiPietro may seek to develop a comprehensive plan to reinvestigate the case in order to determine whether any new facts, evidence, or witnesses may support the client's quest for obtaining relief.


​​Mr. DiPietro understands the many obstacles associated with litigation, and the dedication required to best serve a client's needs throughout the process. He firmly believes that a client's innocence is always the most paramount issue, and that every individual is entitled to Fundamental Fairness and Due Process of Law. 




  • New York, 2014

  • U.S. Supreme Court

  • U.S. Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit)

  • U.S. District Court (SDNY)

  • U.S. District Court (EDNY) ​​


  • ​Pace Law School, White Plains, New York

​                     J.D. (Magna Cum Laude)

  • Berkeley College, White Plains, New York

                     B.S. (Summa Cum Laude)

​                     A.S. (Summa Cum Laude)


  • Carl A. Vegari Excellence in Criminal Law (2013)

  • Pace Law Graduate Standout (Class of 2013)


  • Jay C. Carlisle II & Anthony DiPietro, Justice James D. Hopkins: Jurist, Dean, Scholar, and Expert on New York Law,  33 Pace L. Rev. 3 (2012)

  • ​Jay C. Carlisle II & Anthony DiPietro, The Life & Legacy of Chief Judge Lawrence H. Cooke: "Truly and Exemplary Life. A Life Well Lived," Albany L. Rev. 80  (2017).