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DWI DISMISSALS IN NEW JERSEY ON THE RISE. HERE'S WHY

Attorney Evan Levow says, "The goal is to get rid of the DWI or reduce suspension time."



EVAN LEVOW MAKES FRONT PAGE OF NJ LAW JOURNAL, URGING SUPREME COURT TO SCRAP THE ALCOTEST!

EVAN LEVOW WAS RECENTLY NAMED TO THE 2019 NEW JERSEY SUPER LAWYER LIST - FOR THE 10TH YEAR IN A ROW!

Congratulations Evan on your consistent and outstanding results, and noteworthy dedication to your clients!



EVAN LEVOW HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED ON THE 2019 BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA LIST - FOR THE 12TH YEAR IN A ROW!

The 11th year in a row Evan has been selected for this prestigious accolade.



U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT PLACES LEVOW DWI LAW ON THE "BEST LAW FIRM 2019," LIST - FOR THE 7th YEAR IN A ROW!

Best Law Firms Rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process, including client, lawyer and peer-review feedback. Best Law Firms selection criteria includes the firm’s DWI expertise, integrity, and responsiveness to clients and attorneys.



DUI Defense Lawyers Association EVAN LEVOW HAS BEEN CHOSEN AS THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL DUI BAR ASSOCIATION, “DUI DEFENSE LAWYERS ASSOCIATION”(DUIDLA). CONGRATULATIONS TO EVAN ON THIS DISTINGUISHED APPOINTMENT!

EVAN LEVOW ARGUES BEFORE NJ SUPREME COURT THAT ALCOTEST BREATH TESTING MACHINE IS UNFIT FOR USE

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EVAN LEVOW MAKES HEADLINES URGING NJ SUPREME COURT TO SCRAP ALCOTEST

N.J. needs to scrap its Alcotest devices, lawyers argue at state’s top court
The Star Ledger
September 10, 2013

New Jersey DWI Alcotest Breath Testing Challenged Before NJ Supreme Court
Digital Journal
September 10, 2013

Breath test argued before N.J. high court
Philly.com
September 11, 2013

NJ high court to again consider reliability of test used in drunken driving cases
The Republic

4 Reasons N.J. has Problem With DWI Convictions
New Jersey Newsroom
September 11, 2013


LEVOW MAKES HEADLINES AGAIN! EVAN LEVOW CRITICAL OF NJ BREATH TESTING PROGRAM URGES ARRESTEES TO RE-DOUBLE EFFORTS TO PROTECT RIGHTS.

DWI Attorney Evan Levow Critical of NJ Breath Testing Program After Supreme Court Ruling, Urges Arrestees to Re-Double Their Efforts to Protect Their Rights
Newsday
October 29, 2013

DWI Lawyer Evan levow Weighs in After NJ Supreme Court Decides on Alcohol Test Reliability
October 30, 2013

DWI Lawyer Evan Levow Says New Jersey State Needs to Find an Alternative to Unreliable Breath testing Alcotest Device
Newsday
October 31, 2013


 Evan M. Levow ON JUNE 13, EVAN LEVOW, CONSIDERED A BREATH TESTING EXPERT, WAS THE LEAD INSTRUCTOR AT THE FAULKNER UNIVERSITY JONES SCHOOL OF LAW’S “ADVANCED DUI SEMINAR.

Mr. Levow lectured on the Draeger Alcotest 7110 breath testing machine. Topics covered included: Principles of infrared spectroscopy; theory and practice of breath testing; relationship to blood testing; probable and potential errors in breath testing. The Draeger 7110 and 9510 dual sensor breath test instruments – design, instrumentation, reliability and certainty of result.



Client Reviews
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This firm is arguably the best representation money can buy. Highly adept and committed, Evan makes himself available all hours of the day to provide accurate and concise answers to any questions/concerns and put your mind at ease. I was highly satisfied with the results he and his team delivered. Worth every penny. T.N.
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I express my utmost gratitude to Evan Levow. When I met Evan, I was charged with a DUI, with a prior DUI 10 years ago. Before that case was over, I unfortunately received another DUI, and was now facing 180 days in jail. In both cases, Evan got the DUI's dismissed! Evan and his team demonstrate knowledge, expertise, professionalism, perseverance, and much more. There is a passion for justice in this firm and I witnessed that "fire" in Evan. Thank You so much. F.C.
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You dug through the facts of my case thoroughly and found all the errors that were made by the officers. From the breathalyzer error, to the observed time error, to my condition, to my foot failing the balance test, you dug out all the facts, and I am grateful for that. I am back to my career which is a bus driver and once again thank you. D.B.