About Frank Bogulski, Esq., Attorney
Frank M Bogulski was born and raised in Hamburg, NY along the lakeshore where he enjoyed water sports and played ice hockey. He graduated from Frontier High School and received a United States Army ROTC scholarship to attend Cornell University. While at Cornell, Frank studied economics and business and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Labor Relations. He was active in the Army ROTC program and completed the United States Army Advance Camp at Fort Brag, NC. Following his educational career at Cornell, he was commissioned as a United States Army officer and served in the military police. He served as military police at Fort McClellan, AL and then entered the NY Army National Guard to serve until 2001.
Frank also worked for CSEA union, New York’s largest public employee union, as a labor relations specialist representing workers, contract negotiations and other labor relations problems. Mr. Bogulski began his studies at the University at Buffalo Law School in 1998 and graduated in 2001. He received the American National Bar Association Award for excellence in the study of Labor Law.
Mr. Bogulski began his private law practice in 2002. Currently, he practices primarily in the area of criminal defense, DWI defense, business/corporate law, personal injury and labor law.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Member of the New York State Bar Association
- Member of the Erie County Bar Association
- Member of the New York State Defenders Association
In The News
NURSING HOME AIDE CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES
The Buffalo News | March 5, 2015 A Buffalo nursing home aide charged with neglect and forgery was cleared of all charges after testifying before an Erie County Grand Jury. Click to read the full article
TEEN ACQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGES
Buffalo News | April 2, 2011 A teenager was acquitted by a State Supreme Court jury late Friday of charges in the fatal shooting of a Riverside-area man during a dice game last Aug. 14. Click to read the full article.
JURY CLEARS SUSPECT OF KNIFEPOINT HOLDUP
Buffalo News | September 4, 2010 A Hamburg man was freed from custody Friday after an Erie County Court jury found him not guilty of the knifepoint robbery of $150 cash and 10 packs of cigarettes from a Camp Road gas station-convenience store where he once worked. Click to read the full article.