Michael Litman has taken his law school education and used it to launch a successful legal career in criminal and DUI/DWI defense. His educational background was in constitutional law, trial technique, and criminal defense. He gained experience working several internships in both prosecutors’ and public defenders’ offices before taking a job in the criminal defense division of the Nassau County Legal Aid Society. There, Litman spent over 3 years gaining valuable experience while handling criminal and DWI defense cases, including felonies, misdemeanors, suppression hearings, jury trials, and more.
Litman’s criminal defense expertise includes drug crimes, DWI, larceny, robbery, burglary, ID theft, and sex crimes. No matter what you’re charged with, Litman can fight to defend your rights. As your advocate, our firm will work with you from the arraignment all the way through to the trial. Litman knows the techniques and strategies that will help you successfully defend your future.
Personalized Legal Services
After a few years, Litman left the Nassau County Legal Aid Society to go into private practice. This allowed him to provide more personalized, effective legal aid to his clients while spending more time on each specific case. He later worked as a criminal defense counsel for an immigration law firm in Flushing, Queens, then for a small criminal defense/personal injury/civil rights law firm in White Plains, NY. This allowed him to gain experience in personal injury and civil rights cases.
In 2014, Litman started his own firm, the Law Office of Michael D. Litman, focusing on criminal and DWI defense. Litman’s law firm provides personalized legal services and a high level of representation for each client. He stays in close contact with the clients he’s defending throughout the case and helps make them feel comfortable about the proceedings. He is a trusted choice to defend the rights of the accused. Contact the Law Office of Michael D. Litman to put a legal professional on your side who you can trust fight for your rights.