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Robbie Levin

Robbie Levin

Robbie M. Levin, Attorney at Law
  • Criminal Law, Family Law, Divorce...
  • Georgia
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Robbie has been an attorney in the Metro Atlanta area for over 20 years. He handles Uncontested family law matters, as well as complex Divorce and Custody cases. He also has over 20 years experience in Criminal Defense, handling everything from traffic offenses/DUI's to very serious felony offenses. Mr. Levin has won complex criminal trials, including a Murder trial.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • DUI & DWI
  • Personal Injury
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
J.D. (1996)
Indiana University - Indiana University-Bloomington
B.A. (1993)
Professional Associations
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Georgia State Bar
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69 Questions Answered

Q. What happens when court is missed and the charge is giving false information to a police officer
A: If you fail to appear in court as directed, there will likely be a bench warrant issued for your arrest. You should contact a lawyer immediately. For more information visit
Q. What's the jurisdiction in time that you can be charged on shoplifting if no one was charged??
A: When prosecuting a misdemeanor, the prosecution “must be commenced within two years after the commission of a crime.” O.C.G.A. § 17-3-1(d) For more information, visit my website at
Q. My husband was picked up during a traffic stop in GA for an outstanding warrant from Kansas! He was told he has to waive
A: A person is extradited from one state to another when there is an out of state warrant for their arrest and the other state is willing to spend money and resources to compel them to come to the state to answer for the crime alleged. An accused has the right to oppose the extradition which would result in court hearings in the responding state. During these hearings the person is usually under arrest. To waive extradition is to waive the hearings in the responding state and to agree to return to the other state. If you are arrested on an extradition warrant, obtain counsel if possible but by all means argue for bail that will allow you to travel to the requesting state. Where there are no prior bail violations and no convictions for failure to appear, then I have seen courts order release on conditions ranging from high cash to electronic monitoring to personal recognizance. For more info go to
Q. Is there anyway way to get someone out of jail without bail bondsman or property bond
A: Yes, you can pay the entire bond amount. For more information check my website at
Q. If an inmate has 3 charges for distribution of a controlled substance 1 count of violation of RICO act.
A: The sentencing range for the the charges of Possession with Intent to Distribute depend on the type of controlled substance we are talking about. RICO stands for Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations. Under the Georgia version of this Act, it is unlawful for any person through a pattern of racketeering activity to acquire or maintain any interest in or control of any type of property or business. A conviction under Georgia’s RICO statute will result in a 5- to 20-year sentence, a fine, or both. Predicate crimes that fall under this Act (and may be used to show a “pattern” of unlawful conduct) include the following: drug offenses, homicide, bodily injury, arson, burglary, forgery, theft, robbery, prostitution and pandering, distributing obscene materials, bribery, influencing witnesses, tampering with witnesses or victims, intimidation of a juror or court officer, perjury, tampering with evidence, commercial gambling, certain firearm offenses, illegally reproducing copyrighted material, various securities violations, certain credit card crimes, certain crimes involving titles, destroying or misrepresenting identification numbers, possessing automobile parts with missing identification features, various computer crimes, kidnapping, false imprisonment, terroristic threats, motor vehicle and aircraft hijacking, insurance fraud, usurious payday loans, deceptive commercial e-mail, and residential mortgage fraud. As for the probation violation, it depends on how much time is remaining on his probation, the type of probation, they type of violation, and other factors. For more information, visit my website at
Q. does paying cs in cash count if its supposed to go through the court?
A: The court order will specify the arrangement as to whether you should pay the court clerk or pay the custodial parent directly. Always do what the court orders. If you and the other parent work out some other arrangement, you should modify the court order to reflect this arrangement. Always get a receipt for payment, whether you are submitting payment to the court clerk or to the parent directly. Do not ever pay cash. You bear the burden of proving payment, and if the other parent claims you are in arrears, you must prove otherwise. If you did pay in cash and do not have receipts, you need to prove that you made the payments; otherwise, can be liable for arrearages. Any evidence you can come up with that you did in fact make the payments should be presented to the court. Witnesses, bank records showing direct deposit to the custodial parent, and letters or documents where there is an admission of receiving the payments are all good pieces of evidence to prove payment. For more information, visit my website at
Q. My ex husband is pressing charges for adultery after seperation.
A: The best thing to do if you are charged with any crime is to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer. For more information, visit my website at
Q. Can a police officer charge you with aggravated assault and property damage 2nd degree if person say you didn't do it?
A: A police officer will take into account all of the evidence. The statement of a witness would be part of the evidence, but an officer could still choose to arrest a person based on the totality of the circumstances. If you are charged with these serious felonies, please contact a criminal defense attorney ASAP. For more information, visit my website at
Q. From what I've researched, the fine for driving with a suspended license is $1000. Is there a reason mine was 2700
A: For a first offense, the maximum fine would be $1,000. For a second or third offense, the maximum fine would be $2,500. There would also be statutory surcharges added to the fine that could account for the amount reaching $2,700. It's also possible there were other charges to which you plead guilty. For more information, visit my website at
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