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Steve LeVine

Associate Attorney

Before the idea of becoming a lawyer entered my head, I was an avid soccer player. I played for Loyola Blakefield, Towson University and York College, along with winning three national championships with the Baltimore Bays. Playing soccer taught me the importance of preparation, confidence, and the ability to perform in high-pressure situations. Once the dream of having a career in soccer came to an end, I decided to pursue a career in law. I attended University of Baltimore Law School where I graduated cum laude and in the top 20% of my class. Most importantly, at University of Baltimore Law School, I found my passion in criminal defense. In my third year of law school, I participated in the Innocence Project Clinic, where I represented individuals in Writs of Actual Innocence and Post-Conviction hearings. The experience of seeing individuals incarcerated for decades based on crimes that they did not commit changed my viewpoint of the criminal justice system.

Experience

Post law school; I had two clerkships with the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s and the District Court for Harford County. During my two clerkships, I interacted heavily with a variety of different stages of the criminal process. After my second clerkship ended, my passion for criminal defense led me to the Office of the Public Defender for Harford County. At the Public Defender’s office, I represented clients at all criminal stages, including bail reviews, motions hearings, plea hearings, trials, sentencing hearings, violation of probation and parole hearings in both District and Circuit Court. All of these experiences have given me a base of knowledge as to effective and ineffective presentations of a case before a Judge and a jury.

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