Richard Stefan Lurye

Richard Stefan Lurye

1075 Pipestem Place
Rockville, MD 20854

Phone: 301-762-5305

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About Richard Stefan Lurye

Rick is now retired and is no longer accepting cases. A former Assistant District Attorney, Inspector General and Assistant State Attorney General. Rick holds an LL.M. in Criminal Justice from New York University, as well as Certificates from the Harvard Negotiation Project, the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, and the Cornell Institute on Organized Crime. He is a Lifetime Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, He has taught criminal law and evidence at the college level and in continuing legal education courses for other attorneys. Rick was licensed to practice in Maryland, New York and before the United States Supreme Court.


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