Contact Rawlen Mantanona
Tel: (671) 646.2001
Fax:(671) 646-0777
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Edge Building, 2nd Flr 929 South Marine Corps Drive
Tamuning, Guam 96913

Rawlen M.T. Mantanona, Esq.

Rawlen M.T. Mantanona, Esq. is the managing partner of Cabot Mantanona LLP. He is first and utmost a courtroom attorney and is sought out specifically by clients who seek aggressive litigation representation. His practice emphasizes both on high level criminal defense and major civil litigation. 

Attorney Mantanona’s criminal practice encompasses both federal and local territorial criminal defense practice. His current focus is on white collar, public corruption and complex criminal defense cases.

Attorney Mantanona has also developed a general civil litigation practice dealing with general business, corporate litigation, insurance defense, real property disputes.

Attorney Mantanona has extensive legal experience in representing government entities as legal counsel and trial counsel for governmental commissions and departments.

Attorney Mantanona is a graduate of the University of California at San Diego, acquiring a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in United States History and Political Science. He is also a graduate of the University of San Diego Law School where he acquired the Juris Doctorate. He is admitted in the Supreme Court of Guam, United States District Court of Guam, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and United States Supreme Court. Prior to going into private practice Mr. Mantanona was an Assistant Attorney General with the Government of Guam, Department of Law, Prosecution Division, where he was the violence crime prosecutor.

Attorney Mantanona formerly served as the Criminal Justice Act Panel Representative for the District Court of Guam and serves only when requested by the court.  Mr. Mantanona was honored in 2006 by his election as President of the Guam Bar Association. He currently holds the board position of Past President. Mr. Mantanona as a firm believer in training the next generation of attorneys was instrumental as one of the founders of the Pacific Inns of Courts.