"Practitioners insist that defending the ticketed is honorable and important. Simply because an agent of the government says you've committed an act against society doesn't mean you did until you have an opportunity to confront the evidence," says Mr. Levine.
"These are rights that we cherish and we uphold."
Wall Street Journal 12/18/95 p.B1
Admitted New York State Bar, 1987
Western New England College School of Law, J.D. 1986
State University of New York at Buffalo, BA 1982
Bronx High School of Science, 1977