Rosenberg Martin Greenberg is honored to have a veteran of the United States Army, partner Steve Levin, in the criminal defense and investigations group. In 2020, Steve retired as a military judge after thirty years of active duty and reserve service.
Having earned a Legion of Merit for his service, Steve also earned a reputation as an aggressive, thorough, and respected trial attorney. Steve has represented military men and women in high profile cases involving Homicide, and Manslaughter; Sexual Assault; Computer Crimes; Drug Distribution, Possession, and Use; Aggravated Assault and Battery, Sexual Harassment, AWOL and Unauthorized Absence; Perjury; and Fraud.
Additionally, Steve handles administrative matters before the Defense Office of Hearing and Appeals for Security Clearance matters, the Military Discharge Review Boards to upgrade discharges, and the Military Boards for Correction of Military Records.
If you are seeking assistance with a military defense matter, please contact Steve Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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