Early in life, I wanted to go into marketing but was guided instead into the field of law. As it turns out, legal work was a great way of putting my natural skills and interests to use in a way that really helps other people.
Dennis... is extremely knowledgeable; very patient; responded to me in a very timely matter and most importantly - was victorious in my favor each and every time! I can't say enough about how great he is to work with.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved telling stories. In childhood, this interest drew me toward English classes. As a young adult, it guided me all the way through a degree in marketing. And today, it makes its way into both my profession and my creative writing. I’ve always viewed storytelling as a way to connect with other people, and it has proven useful time and time again in my work.
As my passion for communication progressed over time, I started to really see the subtleties of human interaction. I began to recognize when a message was getting through to someone, when it wasn’t, and how to adjust accordingly. Today, I use that knowledge to determine when it’s time to approach the negotiations table and when it’s time to get more aggressive with litigation. No matter the setting, though, I work to make my clients’ stories heard.
The most important thing you can do for your cause is share your truth. For my part, I'll push to make that truth heard. In or out of the courtroom, I fight for what's fair.
One of my favorite parts of my job is defending clients from criminal charges. The work is challenging, it requires vivid narration, and reaching a successful outcome means changing my client’s life — not to mention their family’s — for the better.
As a criminal defense attorney, my mission is to protect the rights of those who are innocent or who have simply made a mistake. I fight for these people because I believe they deserve to have a true advocate on their side. I search for cost-effective solutions for them because I don’t want their legal burdens to weigh heavily on their loved ones.
From the outside perspective, family law cases don’t appear to have much variety. A married couple separates, visitation rights are determined, spousal support is assigned — the list goes on.
But in truth, no matter how similar two family law cases may appear, that doesn’t make the gravity of each one any less impactful for the people involved. Divorces, custody battles, domestic violence matters — these are difficult and painful experiences. That’s why I do what I can to make them easier on my clients, both financially and emotionally. For instance, I avoid taking cases to trial unnecessarily, I offer amicable solutions where I can, and I always offer my empathy, wisdom, and support.
Mr. Levin represented a defendant who was wrongfully charged with raping his minor daughter. The defendant was facing a mandatory life sentence in prison if he was convicted.
Through masterful cross-examination of the State’s witnesses, including several expert witnesses, Mr. Levin exposed the flaws in the accusations and the result a a fining of “NOT GUILTY” as to all charges.
Mr. Levin’s client was charged as a participant in a Federal cocaine dealing conspiracy. Although the three other alleged co-conspirators agreed to enter pleas of guilty to federal drug charges and serve significantly long prison sentences, Mr. Levin went to trial with his client which resulted in a jury verdict of “NOT GULTY” as to all charges.
Client had been represented by two prior counsels and had been unable to get her divorce case resolved. She hired Mr. Levin and, within 30 days the case was resolved to the client’s total satisfaction.