Valencia, Ippolito & Bowman


Valencia, Ippolito & Bowman

Criminal, DUI-DWI, Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence & Neglect,

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Riccardo L. Ippolito

Domestic Violence & Neglect, White Collar Crime, DUI-DWI, Criminal

Attorney Riccardo Ippolito concentrates on criminal defenses for sex crimes, domestic violence, drug crimes, white-collar crimes, DUI/DUI, theft, assa... (more)

"I'm very BLESSED to have Ricardo Ippolito and VIB LAW FIRM represent me at court., Ricardo was very straight forward and honest about my case., At the end of my consultation I felt very confident and comfortable with Richard Ippolito and VIB LAW FIRM., Ricardo and his team went to battle for me and came out successful., All the charges were dismissed., I thank GOD so much For Ricardo and his team."

  9 months ago     paul diaz

"Mr. Valencia is the most honest man I've ever met. His level of knowledge in the court room and the care his entire office provide are unmatched"

  1 year ago     FELIX ARNAZ

"I made a big mistake and called around a few attorneys for my options. After speaking to a few lawyers, I felt that Mr. Ippolito had my best interest in hand and really assured me throughout my case. It was really rough past months for me and I am so grateful to have Mr. Ippolito and his team on my side. Really can't thank them enough for all they have done for me. Gave me a lot of faith in humanity in general. Thank you!!!!"

  1 year ago     Tony Hoang

"This is my first time to seek for a lawyer's help since I came to the US in 2007. Our case is a domestic violence dismissal. Like many other 1st generation immigrant couples that lived together for many years, life is full of trifles, work pressure, depression, anxiety, any of them can anytime trigger a hot argument , or even a serious fight between you and your loved. Sometimes, these wars between couples can be get over by one side calming down, like leaving room staying one night at hotel, but sometimes no side wants to give up and the war is continually leveling up. Then, the stronger side ( usually the husband) will show his male power and the weaker sider (usually the wife) will get very shocked and hurt (no injure, in heart especially) and immediately want to seek for help, unfortunately no one could help her since there is no relatives and very few friends ( they may not want the friends know their fight story because after all their family look so harmony from outside). nnWhat can a wife do? Yes, call 911. Maybe the wife just simply wanted the police come to persuade her husband to calm down or act a role like a marriage counselor who can teach the man how to treat woman nice. 5 policeman with 5 police car came by, with electric baton in hand. You and your husband are separately inquired for10 minutes'. She may thought this will be a good lesson to her husband and hope the police can leave now, utill she suddenly realized that the kind police put on handcuffs on her husband and going to arrest him send to jail.nnAt this moment, she may regret and want to stay his husband, but everything is out of victim's control, the husband was taken away anyway. So what to do next? I mean, what does a wife do next? Since the husband have nothing to do in the jail, he have to enjoy his cold, wet, small cell with a wonderful free lunch (two slice of dry bread). The other morning I took one day from work, searched website for tips how to deal with situation, bailed my husband out with $10,000, and his arraignment will be 2 months later.nnAt this moment, I realized that the police/procurator are serious, they may sentence my husband to jail for years and there will be a non-erasable crime record on my husband's background check for employment. What is totally not I want. I need to fight back against police and let them drop the case! Since our 'enemy' now is procurator, which is too strong for us, we are eager to find a good attorney who can represent us to speak in the court(accurately, represent my husband, not me), we searched internet and called several law firms for a case evaluation. I have to say, after 2 or 3 ridiculous high quote by the legal assistant/lawyer, we are so lucky to came across VIB law firm and Miss Anniesa Jimenez picked up our call. She is very calm and professional, and set up free case evaluation appointment with attorney Rippolio, did not even ask if we have xxx money, like the other firms do. We decided to hire Mr.Rippolio as we walked into VIB offices, he is very experienced and very patient to listen to our concerns, confident but not aggressive at all. At the end, he told us this case are strong to win and he would like to represent us, and gave us a quote. The quote is very reasonable comparing to the other law firms ( we did not even have chance to see a lawyer, just quote on the phone, 3 ~ 4 times more than VIB's.), since we just paid 10000 bail, we do not have much cash at hand, I asked if he can give us a discount ( did not expect he agrees), to our surprise, he is very gentle and generous and gave us $750 off!nnAfter contract signed off, Mr.Rippolio help us win this case in 7 days! nUntil now, our nightmare is over. Highly recommend Mr.Rippolio and VIB!"

  1 year ago     Sonia Kong

"To begin with I would like to thanks Mr. Ricardo Ippolito & his team. I am very pleased with the services & the work he has put in for myself & my family. nI would like to also thank his team member (Anniesa) who has been very helpful & quick in responding wheather it was an email, ph call, etc. nMr. Ricardo has been a great help in all aspects. He's one of the very well known lawyer in South Bay. I would definitely highly recommend if you are looking to hire a true professional. nThank you so much from the bottom of my heart for all your efforts & hard work. Good luck & god bless.nn-Gitali"

  1 year ago     Gitali Malhotra

Valencia, Ippolito & Bowman
675 N 1st Street
San Jose, CA 95112


675 N 1st Street
San Jose, CA 95112

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