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Why Choose Attorney Ezra C. Levy?

  • For over 18 years Ezra C. Levy served as a resident expert litigator and point-man on legal issues in the Brooklyn Office of the Legal Aid Society.

    Why is a career defense attorney better than a former prosecutor turned defense attorney?:  Prosecutors are taught to believe that the allegation of facts initially presented by their complainants and/or arresting officers are the fact of the case.

    Unfortunately, old habits are hard to shake and former prosecutors who join the defense bar tend to be more likely to believe the police version of events over their client’s version, potentially missing golden opportunities to aid their clients.

  • Career defense attorneys KNOW that there are more than one side to what took place and explore that second side, oftentimes using the police or complainants’ allegations to support a client’s account of facts.  As a former public defender, I have represented thousands of people charged with all types of crimes, always assuring to get exonerating accounts or explanations made known to judges or juries.

    At the Law Offices of Ezra C. Levy, we understand that anyone can make a mistake. We also understand how overwhelming the criminal process can be. Let us guide you and be by your side throughout this process. Our goal is to help each and every client to the best of our ability so that at the end of the day there are as few, if any restrictions, on the client’s liberty or civil interests as possible.


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Specializing in all Criminal Matters Including:

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence cases run the gamut from lover’s spats to homicide. These cases are handled in specialized court parts with specialized conditions on the accused. Read more...

Weapons Possession

New York State has some of the stiffest penalties for illegal weapons possession. In New York City gun laws are strictly enforced. Read more...

Drug Offenses

Illegal possession and distribution of controlled substances are punishable by incarceration in New York State. There are also treatment alternatives for appropriate cases. Read more...

Theft Offenses

Crimes of robbery, burglary, and larceny can carry stiff sentences in the State of New York. There are many factors that go into a successful defense of one accused of this type of crime. Read more...

Assault

Unjustified use of force against another person is punishable in New York, whether or not a weapon was used. Read more...

Sex Offenses

Non-consensual sexual conduct by one individual upon another can lead to serious jail time as well as potential lifetime registration requirements under the Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA). Read more...

Fraud

Filing false or forged instruments in order to obtain money or items that a person is otherwise not entitled to constitutes fraud. This type of “white collar” crime is currently being treated very seriously by New York prosecutors. Read more...

Arson

Intentionally destroying property by the means of fire is a crime. Arson is oftentimes a component of an insurance fraud or homicide prosecution. Read more...

DWI

Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs can result in heavy fines, suspension of driving privileges, and possible incarceration. Read more...

Vehicular Homicide

Fatal motor vehicle collisions can be prosecuted as a homicide if the driver involved demonstrated a level of disregard for safety while driving prior to the collision. Read more...

Criminal Traffic Offenses

Reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, and driving with a suspended license can all expose a driver to criminal sanctions. Read more...

Moving Violations

Traffic tickets can result in insurance rate hikes as well as possible loss of license. Read more...

 

Murder/Homicide

The unlawful taking of another life is the most serious charge under our Penal Law. Read more...

Kidnapping

Unlawful restraint of another person is illegal. To do so for ransom or other ill will constitutes kidnapping. Read more...

 

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