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Peter is a partner with Anderson, Goldman, Tobin and Pasciucco, LLP. He concentrates his practice in the areas of Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Real Estate and Liquor Licensing/Hospitality Law.

Peter has extensive courtroom experience and has successfully defended numerous individuals who have been charged with OUI/DUI, domestic violence, white collar crimes, drug crimes and other offenses. He frequently represents public employees such as police officers, EMTs, teachers, firefighters and corrections officers who have been accused of misconduct and face discipline by their respective employers. He litigates personal injury matters for the firm and advocates for clients who have been injured as a result of motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, construction site accidents and other negligent acts. In his transactional practice, Peter guides individuals and entities through the purchase, sale and transfer of liquor licenses, appears before local and municipal licensing commissions and advises on other general business issues. Peter also represents buyers, sellers, developers and lenders in residential real estate closings and is an approved attorney with Fidelity National Title Insurance Company. A versatile lawyer, Peter prides himself on preparation and attention to detail.


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About Peter Pasciucco

Prior to joining the firm, Peter worked for over four years as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County where he tried more than thirty-five cases to jury verdict. During his time as a prosecutor, Peter was appointed by District Attorney Dan Conley to Chief of the Gun Prosecution Task Force and also served in the Major Felony Bureau of the office's Superior Court division. Before law school, Peter worked at Campbell, Campbell, Edwards and Conroy, P.C. where he assisted in the defense of major products liability actions brought against clients in the automotive, aviation, insurance and commercial industries. He is invited annually to serve on the faculty at Emory Law School’s Kessler-Eidson Trial Techniques Program in Atlanta, GA. He played four years of NCAA Division I baseball at Holy Cross and continued to compete in the Boston Park League before retiring after the 2009 season. He lives in Hingham with his wife Katie and their two children, John and Brooke. In his spare time, Peter enjoys golfing and spending time with family and friends.

Professional Memberships

Boston Bar Association
Plymouth County Bar Association
Catholic Lawyers’ Guild of the Archdiocese of Boston
Holy Cross Lawyer’s Association

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts (2010)
Georgia (2010)
United States District Court – Massachusetts (2015)


Emory University School of Law (J.D., Cum Laude, Order of the Coif – 2010)
College of the Holy Cross (B.A.– 2005)
Roxbury Latin School (2001)