88 Kearny Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Mr. Mazzucco brings extensive courtroom and trial experience as counsel in white collar, internal fraud and federal grand jury matters to his practice. Mr. Mazzucco served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of California for nine years (from 1999 – 2008) and as an Assistant District Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco for ten years (from 1990 – 1999). He specializes in white collar criminal defense, commercial, corporate and general litigation, claims involving fiduciaries and professionals, grand jury representation, internal corporate investigations and representations before the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Mr. Mazzucco was also selected as a Northern California Super Lawyer from 2013-2014.
In May 2016, Mr. Mazzucco was sworn-in to his third term on the San Francisco Police Commission. Commissioner Mazzucco was nominated by Mayor Edwin Lee and was unanimously confirmed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to serve another term as a member of the San Francisco Police Commission. As a Police Commissioner, Mr. Mazzucco is responsible for setting policies and procedures for the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), the Office of Citizen Complaints and the San Francisco Patrol Specials. Additionally, Mr. Mazzucco is responsible for conducting weekly public meetings and sitting in a quasi-judicial capacity in administrative disciplinary hearings. As a Police Commissioner, Commissioner Mazzucco has developed an expertise in the investigation and analysis of use of force incidents and policies.
Mr. Mazzucco is the Vice President of the San Francisco chapter of the Saint Thomas More Society.
Mr. Mazzucco is a former varsity football player at the University of California at Berkeley and is active in the “Sons of California” football alumni association.