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Alexis L. Milazzo is a Senior Paralegal at the Law Office of James L. Riotto.  She joined the firm in 2020 and was promoted to Senior Paralegal in 2022.

As a Senior Paralegal, Alexis displays more experience and knowledge in the field than others in their office.  Alexis is responsible for managing junior-level paralegals and legal assistants while also supporting attorneys with various legal tasks such as conducting legal research, drafting documents, and preparing for hearings and trials.

Alexis holds an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S) degree in Paralegal Studies from Genesee Community College, showcasing her foundational understanding of legal principles. Building upon this, she pursued her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from SUNY Brockport, demonstrating her commitment to a broader understanding of the legal system.  She plans on attending Law School in the future.

During her academic years, Alexis sought practical experience through various internships. Her time with the Gates Police Department, the Monroe County Office of Emergency Communications, and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office provided her with invaluable insights into the real-world applications of the law. These experiences molded her perspective and honed her skills, preparing her for the challenges that lay ahead.

Throughout her years working at the Law Office, Alexis completed numerous specialized training that make her notably informed on a variety of criminal matters, both state and federal, along with Family Law matters such as Custody, Divorce and Family Offenses.  Alexis assists clients by providing regular contact and updates, managing the discovery process, maintaining the case calendar and deadlines, and drafting pleadings and letters. She also maintains all document production and the client case file, and is integral in preparing for hearings and trials.

Alexis is a Licensed New York State Notary.

Complete Specialized Trainings
  • New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law
  • Discovery Statute CPL 245
  • Driving While Intoxicated
  • Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST)
  • Criminal Contempt
  • Court Fines and Fees
  • Endangering Welfare of a Child
  • Assault
  • Defective Accusatory Instruments
  • Aggravated Unlicensed Operator and Reckless Driving
  • Petit Larceny
  • Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance
  • Statement Suppression
  • CPL 30.30 Speedy Trial Cases
  • Basics of Vehicle and Traffic Law
  • CLE New Marijuana Law
  • New Parole Guidelines
  • Cell Phone Forensics
  • New Discovery Laws Update
  • Less is More Act
  • 2022 Discovery Reform
  • Federal Sentencing – Drug Enhancements
  • Federal Pre-Sentence Reports
  • New Marijuana Law
  • Criminal Mischief Cases