Marc A. Grano is an experienced attorney in Las Vegas, New Mexico. When it comes to choosing an attorney to represent you or your family, experience, knowledge of the law and dedication matter. Attorney Marc A. Grano will fight for the result you deserve.
Mr. Grano is a military veteran, having served as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) Officer with the New Mexico Army National Guard. Other experience includes, serving as a State Prosecutor in New Mexico and as a criminal defense attorney practicing throughout New Mexico. Mr. Grano has a wealth of trial experience. He has prosecuted and defended cases of Homicide, Drug Trafficking, DWI/DUI, Domestic Violence, Robbery , Fraud, Illegal Entry, Rape as well as traffic offenses. Mr. Grano has extensive experience in representing personal injury victims and their families. In addition, he has experience serving in general counsel to governmental entities and educational institutions. Mr. Grano is a member of Federal District Court for the District of New Mexico Bar, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Bar and the New Mexico State Bar.
He takes pride in providing personal, aggressive and honest service to every client.
With experience as a federal criminal defense lawyer, I’ve fought drug, gun, illegal re-entry and other charges. Sometimes a simple arrest can turn into a federal offense, depending on the circumstances. Read more…
Anything from a petty crime to a serious felony can land you in a criminal court. Criminal charges are serious, and you need someone in your corner who can tell you how it’s likely to go from beginning to end. Read more…
You should always call a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after any injury or accident due to negligence of another person or a business. No two people and no two injury cases are alike. There are many ways to become injured or hurt. Read more…
When bringing a wrongful death suit, time is of the essence. Wrongful death has a statute of limitations, and my goal for my clients is always to secure full compensation as soon as possible. Read more…
- United States Supreme Court
- United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
New Mexico State Courts