When to Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney

Facing criminal charges and a pending trial can be distressing without the help of an attorney who is well-versed in criminal law. Ivey and Levetown lawyers have experience navigating the legal system in the DMV and can support those facing legal challenges. When seeking an attorney, it’s important to know their track record in order to make you feel comfortable moving forward with your case. 

A criminal defense attorney from Ivey & Levetown has decades of experience with prosecutors, regulators, and enforcement authorities. Our investigative expertise is second to none. Over the last 25 years, we have handled some of the most complex corporate malfeasance cases. The quality of our work has made news headlines numerous times during that span of time.

When to Seek help from an Experienced Criminal Attorney

Our firm has credibility with prosecutors, judges and enforcement counsel in Greenbelt, MD and throughout the District of Columbia. Along with our skill and experience, we leverage that credibility to help you avoid prosecutions, win at trials, and minimize sentences in state and federal courts. Ivey Levetown criminal lawyers can help with the following cases:

  • Assault
  • Burglary
  • Conspiracy
  • Federal
  • Fraud
  • Gun
  • Robbery
  • White Collar

 

Why Choose Ivey Levetown to Represent You or a Loved One?

When you retain Ivey & Levetown, you get the benefit of a combined sixty (60) years of experience investigating and handling criminal matters.

We will take the time to listen to you without having to constantly show you that we are the smartest guys in the room. Your criminal law attorney will work with you to investigate the facts and to develop an effective legal strategy – and we will always present the facts in the best possible light to the government and in court if you decide to go to trial.

When You Need a

Criminal Defense Attorney

Criminal Defense Attorney - While Collar Crime

Federal & white collar crime

Criminal Defense Attorney - State Charges

State Charges