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The Bellantoni Law Firm, PLLC

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Attorney Name: Amy L. Bellantoni

Address: 2 Overhill Rd., Suite 400 Scarsdale, NY 10583

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Areas of Practice
  • Civil Rights Violations
  • Concealed Carry Issues
  • Criminal Defense
  • Restoration of Firearm Rights
  • Second Amendment Rights
  • Self-Defense
Licensed To Practice In
  • New York
Attorney Details
Amy L. Bellantoni
About Me

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution codifies our right to keep and bear arms and is no less important than any other Amendment, such as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom from unlawful searches and seizures.

Amy Bellantoni is a strong advocate for Second Amendment rights. Amy Bellantoni has experience assisting clients in restoring their Second Amendment rights; appealing pistol license application denials and license revocations; NICS Appeals; recovering firearms after unlawful seizures by law enforcement; defense of criminal charges involving weapons used in defense; assisting retired law enforcement officers in obtaining "good guy letters".

Bar Admissions
  • EDNY - 2003
  • SDNY - 2002
Memberships & Associations:
  • American Gun Owners Association
  • United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) - Preferred Attorney
Notable Cases
Kukel v. Dutchess County, et al. - 2017 Pending federal case against Dutchess County Sheriff's Office related to unlawful retention of firearms and long guns.
Cocuzza v. County of Rockland - 2017 Pending case involving Rockland County Sheriff's Office unlawful retention of firearms and long guns.
Juzumas v. County of Nassau - 2017 Pending federal case against Nassau County related to unlawful Departmental policy criminalizing possession of long guns for conviction of offense that was neither a felony nor a "serious offense" under the Penal Law.
People v. Enderli - 2016 Client, a military veteran, held a valid full carry permit in the State of Texas. She was charged with felony gun possession for traveling to New York City with her firearm. Amy Bellantoni was successful in obtaining a dismissal of all charges.
Torcivia v. Suffolk County, et al. (EDNY) - 2015 Pending federal case against Suffolk County Police Officers and Pistol Licensing Bureau related to unlawful imprisonment, unconstitutional pistol license handbook provisions, unlawful seizure of firearms and long guns.
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