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John Cucci Jr.

John Cucci Jr.

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A Blue-Collar background and a drive to always improve and help those who need support. John Cucci attended Public schools from K through College and law School. A graduate of the City University of New York Law School.

John Cucci is a US Army Veteran who received and Honorable Discharge after his service in the 80s. John Cucci has been an attorney in over 500 Trials and has lost less than 5% of them.

A true Leader, John Cucci was the School President at his College at the State University if New York at Stony Brook. There he maintained a 3.5 GPA and played NCAA LaCrosse and Football.

Now John Cucci helps the homeless and veterans who need legal assistance. He provides Pro Bono legal services to Veterans and their families.

Practice Areas
    Traffic Tickets
    Suspended License
    DUI & DWI
    Juvenile Law
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    Real Estate Law
    Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Eminent Domain, Homeowners Association, Land Use & Zoning, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate, Water Law
    Insurance Claims
    Bad Faith Insurance, Business Insurance, Disability Insurance, Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Motor Vehicle Insurance, Property Insurance
  • Free Consultation
    Free initial consultation on all new cases. Each case must be discussed and reviewed before a price is set. In some cases the client may pay over a short time.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Credit cards are accepted. Cash App is preferred.
  • Contingent Fees
    Contingent fees are possible with injury cases only.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Our office accepts credit cards, Cash App, PayPal, Zelle, cash, check or money order.
Professional Experience
Suffolk County 18-B Family Law Attorney
Family Law Appointed Counsel for Indigent Clients.
Adjunct Professor of Law
City University of New York Law School
Professor of Law for Elder Law & Street Law. Taught Classes in preventative Law and Street Law.
City University of New York School of Law
J.D. (1992) | Public Interest Law
Judicial Clerkship included research and preparation for Law Clerk and the Judge on a litany of legal issues.
Honors: New York State Professional Scholarship.
Activities: Student Government. Judicial Clerkship for New York Supreme Court Justice Cosmo DiTucci: Queens Supreme Court, Queens, New York.
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State University of New York - Stony Brook
B.A. (1989) | Psychology
Active in Student government and special Events on Campus. Student Government President and leader of Student Activities and events.
Honors: Student Leadership Award. NCAA Committee Student Member Student Government President
Activities: Student Government President NCAA Lacrosse NCAA Football Dorm Building President
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Professional Associations
Brazoria County Bar Association
Attorney Member
- Current
Activities: Attorney Member.
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Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association  # 32301
Attorney Member
- Current
Activities: Attorney Member.
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State Bar of Texas  # 24030107
- Current
Activities: Member of Texas State bar and member of the Criminal Law Section.
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National Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Attorney Member
- Current
Activities: Active Attorney Member
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Legal Answers
24 Questions Answered
Q. How do I correct a light trespass in an unincorporated town in Texas?
A: Hi: I would first suggest that you talk to your neighbor, who has the offending light. This may save you lots of time, trouble, and it is the right thing to do. . . if possible. I would like a more complete description of the light, the timing of it and other relative details, like whether or not it beams directly into your bedroom. If talking to the neighbor fails, or is impossible, get yourself ready. By this I mean, record your conversation or follow up with a nice note, or letter, telling your neighbor what the problem is, and your need for a fix. If the neighbor is violating a county law ( not inside a muni ), or criminal law, then your remedy might be litigation and a restraining order. This will come with a significant cost, and may not satisfy you in any event. If it is a truly outrageous light or it can be shown as dangerous or harassing, you would have a good chance in court. But you might not win, or get complete relief. This all brings me back to my first advice: Go talk to your neighbor. If that will not work, and no law is being violated, get ready for a legal fight. Good luck!
Q. Our son convicted of possession of child phonograph. TDCJ put child safety zone. Court nor parole board put this on.
A: Hi Mr. & Mrs. Johnson: Sorry to hear about your troubles. I would love to have more information and documents to give you a comprehensive answer. However, with the info you gave you are correct when you say only the judge or board may add or change restrictions on a sentence or probation issue. I saw you said he was in a "program." I'm not sure what you mean. I would also like to know if his sentence is over or current. That always matters. If you have any dispute with a Probation or Parole Officer, ask for anything they say to be put in writing so there is a record of it, and clarity of the restrictions. Also remember, local cities and municipalities may enact tougher anti-sex offender laws than the State has. I see your names. If you like I can try to look up Troy's case to give you a better answer. Please do NOT think that means I am your lawyer or Troy's lawyer. email me at if you have more paperwork, or orders or transcripts of the sentencing hearing. Sincerely, John
Q. I have signed the contract and inspection was completed, now I want to back out of selling my house in San Antonio.
A: There may be a way out of the deal. The contract for sale of the property will have language on this issue. If there is "specific performance" or other language that allows the buyer to have a court force you to complete the sale, then you have a problem, and can not stop the sale. Look at your contract, or have an attorney look at it, to be sure of your status.
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Cucci Law Group
440 Louisiana Street
Suite 660
Houston, TX 77002
Telephone: (631) 339-6228