We help clients fight major
criminal charges.

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Criminal Defense Focused On Your Success

When clients come to us, they are in a vulnerable position. Their lives have been turned upside down by allegations of criminal conduct. Friends and family have distanced themselves. Their career is in ruins. If you are facing criminal charges yourself, you may find yourself in a similar position.

We know that success is not just a favorable judgment at trial – success is also regaining control over your life. At Adam Levin Law, we put our clients’ needs first, helping them find success at each stage of litigation.

Meet Adam Levin

I live and breathe criminal defense. That means when I accept a case, I work from day one to meticulously pick apart the prosecution’s case and leverage your narrative to obtain the best result possible.

I’m a criminal defense lawyer based in Athens, GA.  For the last 15 years, I’ve defended the most serious criminal cases all across Georgia. The last 10 years of my career were focused on defending clients facing the death penalty.

My father was a partner at some of the most distinguished law firms in Georgia. As a young boy, I spent weekends following him around at work, watching and absorbing what it means to be a dedicated practitioner of the law. I’ve taken his relentless and detail oriented approach to the law and have been applying it to help my clients since 2007.

Part of what my parents instilled in me was a passion for education. After graduating cum laude from the University of Miami and cum laude from Georgia State College of Law (where I was technical editor of the law review), I’ve continued to hone my legal skills through formal and informal educational opportunities, having attended the National Criminal Defense College and numerous other trial skills courses. I spend a large part of my day reviewing new case law and crafting unique motions to deploy in my cases.

Equally important to education was my parents’ insistence on helping others. I spent the first 15 years of my career dedicated to helping people without the monetary resources necessary to push back on criminal charges, receiving the Georgia Bar’s Commitment to Justice Award in recognition of my service. I continue to volunteer with Citizens Advocacy and regularly donate to other non-profits that help people caught in the criminal justice system. At the root of my passion as a criminal defense lawyer is a desire to help other people.

My wife, Paige, who shares my passion for helping others, has dedicated a large portion of her nursing career as a hospice nurse. Together, we hope to instill our passion for service in our two children.

When I look back on my life so far it often seems that everything I’ve done and experienced has helped shape me into an effective advocate. Let me know how I can advocate for you.

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Client Victories

No matter the charge, know that you are not alone. Read about clients with similar charges who were able to achieve victory at trial or on appeal.


3rd DUI Dismissed

Client hired me to represent him on his 3rd DUI. I was able to have this DUI dismissed, allowing him to plead to a reckless driving charge and avoid some of the very serious sentencing provisions of a 3rd DUI.


Gable v. State

Convinced the Georgia Supreme Court to accept a discretionary appeal at which I argued for the expansion of a constitutional right to counsel on discretionary appeals.


State v. Rider

Obtained not guilty verdicts from a jury for a client facing possession of methamphetamine charges.


State v. Simon

I obtained not guilty verdicts from a jury for a client facing charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Client was the driver of a car in which police located large amounts of marijuana in the trunk.


Cabrera v. State

I convinced the Court of Appeals to reverse my client’s methamphetamine trafficking conviction. My client had been convicted of trafficking approximately $90,000 worth of methamphetamine.


Price v. State

The Court of Appeals initially issued an unpublished opinion in this case. I convinced the Court of Appeals that their initial opinion was in error. They reissued the opinion and reversed my clients burglary conviction.


Santos v. State

I convinced the Georgia Supreme Court to accept an interlocutory appeal and then declare Georgia’s sex offender registration statute to be unconstitutional as applied to homeless individuals. My client had been facing a possible life in prison sentence.


Motion to Suppress Granted

Client was charged with trafficking in methamphetamine. After a motion to suppress and legal argument, the trial court granted our motion to suppress, preventing the state from using any of the alleged contraband at trial and resulting in a dismissal of the case.

Case Dismissed

Client’s felony case was dismissed after we filed and won a plea in bar and a special demurrer. Client faced fraud charges for allegedly stealing more than $20,000.00.

Charges Dismissed

Client was charged with child molestation. After an aggressive, early investigation, the charges were dismissed before the case was indicted.

Need Legal Help?

We provide skilled representation for the most serious criminal charges. Contact our office today to discuss the specific facts of your case with an experienced criminal defense attorney.