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Steven V. DeBraccio, Esq.

Associate Attorney

518-377-9096 ext. 112

At Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, Steven V. DeBraccio, Esq. serves as an Associate Attorney, heading the firm's appeals department and practices in the area of Estate Litigation, Personal Injury, Civil Rights (Constitutional Law) Litigation, Employment Discrimination, and Appeals. He his admitted to practice in New York State, the Northern District of New York, and New Jersey.

Prior to his work at Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, he served as an Associate Attorney with an Albany-area personal injury and medical malpractice firm. He predominantly drafted pleadings, and motions for personal injury and medical malpractice defendants. Prior to that position, he served as an Excelsior Service Fellow for the New York State Police where he drafted research memoranda concerning New York State Police actions. In that position, he successfully co-represented the State Police in a Division of Human Rights action. He also worked in an internship with the Schenectady County District Attorney’s Office where he assisted in drafting responses to motions and appeals from convicted offenders.

Steven V. DeBraccio, Esq. is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Albany Law School in 2013. He served as the Executive Managing Editor of Albany Law Review while there. He also graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University at Albany with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 2010.

Representative Cases:

Anderson v. EP Glens Falls Realty, 2016 WL 698610 (Supreme Court Warren County, February 22, 2016) (assisted in drafting motion for defendant, submitted reply affirmation, gave successful oral argument)

Robert V. v. Bango, 146 A.D.3d 1101 (3d Dep’t 2017) (drafted brief for Respondent, gave successful oral argument)

Cutie v. Sheehan, 645 Fed. App’x 93 (2d Cir. 2016) (gave successful oral argument)


That’s (Not) What She Said: The Case for Expanding Admission of Prior Inconsistent Statements in New York Criminal Trials, 78 Alb. L. Rev. 269 (2014/2015).

The Double Jeopardy Clause, Newly Discovered Evidence, and an “Unofficial” Exception to Double Jeopardy: A Comparative International Perspective, 76 Alb. L. Rev. 1821 (2012/2013)

Steven enjoys sports and collegiate moot court. He has assisted in judging moot court competitions at Albany Law School and Fitchburg University. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at the University at Albany in 2012 and at the College of St. Rose from 2015-2016.