Evan M. Levow

Evan M. Levow

1415 Marlton Pike East Suite 400
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

Phone: 856-428-5055

Website: dwi-nj.com

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About Evan M. Levow

Evan’s practice is 100% DWI defense. He is a nationally recognized DWI attorney, and one of the most prominent DWI attorneys in New Jersey. He represented the lead defendant in State v. Chun, the landmark DWI Alcotest breath testing case, as well as the defendants in the most recent and most important blood testing cases in New Jersey, State v. Kent and State v. Renshaw, which now represent the defendant’s right to confront the witness in blood testing cases. Evan has lectured to attorneys on breath testing, field testing, drug testing, and several other DWI subjects in New Jersey and across the country, including Las Vegas, Dallas, New Orleans, Seattle, Connecticut, and Wyoming. In July 2011, he lectured at the NCDD Summer Session at Harvard University. Evan has been named to New Jersey Super Lawyers for 2010 and 2011, as well as Top Attorneys in South Jersey, New Jersey and the New York Metro area. He has been named to Best Lawyers in America for the past several years. Evan is a 2006 Summer Session Graduate; 2007 Summer Session Graduate; 2008 Summer Session Graduate; 2009 Winter Session Graduate, and a speaker at the 2011 Summer Session. He has attended and lectured at Mastering Scientific Evidence since 2007. 2013 Summer Session Graduate; 2014 Winter Session Graduate

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