Anthony DiLoreto grew up in Cherry Hill and Medford, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey. He also holds a B.A. in history from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. While at Rutgers University, Anthony interned for three years at the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office and was awarded the Richard M. Barbour Memorial Award for his commitment and dedication to the practice of Criminal Law.
Anthony has represented thousands of criminal and traffic defendants in the State of New Jersey both in Superior and Municipal Courts. He has extensive experience and knowledge of South Jersey's criminal and traffic courts as well as experience all over the state. Anthony has successfully defended clients with various charges, including child endangerment, drug induced death charges, aggravated assault, burglary and DUI.
Anthony is admitted to Practice in all Municipal, Administrative, Superior and Federal Courts in the State of New Jersey focuses his practice on Criminal Defense and Appeals in Municipal, State and Federal Courts, Personal Injury, Professional License Defense, Funeral Industry Defense (Funeral Directors, Morticians, Professionals and Facilities) and Civil Rights. Anthony is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association, National Police Accountability Project, National Lawyers Guild and American Bar Association.