Steven B. Epstein

Steven B. Epstein

666 Old Country Road, Suite 700
Garden City, NY 11530

Phone: 516-745-1500

Website: http://www.barketmarion.com

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About Steven B. Epstein

A founding partner of the Firm, Barket, Marion, Epstein & Kearon, Mr. Epstein is widely recognized as one of the foremost DWI attorneys in the country, specializing in representing clients accused of DWI, vehicular homicides and other criminal offenses. He is a nationally recognized and much sought after lecturer at continuing legal education seminars for other attorneys, and the author of numerous published articles relating to trial techniques, legal challenges to scientific evidence, legal updates and other criminal and DWI defense related issues. Mr. Epstein proudly serves as a faculty member of the National College for DUI Defense. Mr. Epstein can be reached on his cell phone 24 hours a day at (516) 650-1297. For a detailed list of Mr. Epstein's publications and speaking engagements copy and paste the following address into your browser https://barketmarion.com/our_team/steven-b-epstein/ 2018 Summer Session Graduate


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