State Criminal Defense
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP has an established track record of successfully defending clients accused of serious crimes in state court. State courts function very differently from federal courts, and having defense counsel experienced in defending cases in this environment is of paramount importance. The consequences can be equally as severe.
In recent years, we have successfully defended police officers charged with murder, aggravated animal cruelty, and misconduct in office, among other crimes, winning acquittals in high profile state court trials.
Our lawyers are experienced former prosecutors relying on a wealth of experience from years of service in the criminal defense bar.
Serious state crimes that warrant top-flight counsel include:
Embezzlement and Theft
Narcotics Possession and Trafficking
Crimes Against the Person
If you need assistance with a state criminal matter, please call Steve Levin at 410.685.0078 or email email@example.com.
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