Dominick J. Viscardi
(New York State Supreme Court Retired Justice), a resident of the Town of
Ticonderoga, New York, was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1950. His
preparatory education was at Lafayette College where he received his B.A.
in 1946. Hon. Viscardi's legal education was at Cornell Law School where
he received his J.D. in 1948.
Hon. Viscardi began
his legal career in Ticonderoga in 1950, following discharge from the U.S.
Army where he served on the U.S. Army Signal Corps legal staff. He conducted
an active trial practice for 28 years before being elected to the Supreme
He was first elected
to the Supreme Court in 1978 and was re-elected in 1992. During his tenure
as a Supreme Court Justice, he served in each of the counties of the 4th
Judicial District and he served 28 terms in New York City. Since 2004 he
has acted Of Counsel to the Law Office of Breedlove & Noll, LLP.
He serves as a settlement
officer under the Civil Appeals Settlement Program for the Appellate Division,
Third Department serving the counties of Essex, Franklin, St. Lawrence and
Hon. Viscardi is past
Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus Council 333, was a trustee of St.
Mary's Catholic Church in Ticonderoga for 22 years, and was awarded the
St. Mary's Centennial Award on August 23, 1992. He is a past President of
the Essex County Bar and the Federation of Bar Associations, 4th Judicial
He served as a member
of the Committee on Professional Standards for the Third Department, served
as a member of the Judicial Conference of the State of New York, Third Judicial
Department and received the Felix J. Aullsi Award from the New York State
Hon. Viscardi is a member
of the Essex County, Warren County and New York State Bar Associations.
Hon. Viscardi's areas
of practice are Litigation, Estates Law, Real Estate Law, and Land Use,
Planning and Code Enforcement.