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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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  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
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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176 Questions Answered

Q. I was served with a pre-warrant but am innocent.
A: The court has set a hearing to determine whether there is probable cause to issue an arrest warrant. You will need to attend the hearing, and I would suggest hiring an attorney for the hearing. For more info visit my website at
Q. Hello I’ve been married since 4/08/2019 and I cannot deal with verbal abuse, I’m enquiring about an annulment.
A: There are six grounds that a couple or an individual may assert in order to obtain an annulment in Georgia. The grounds for annulment in Georgia are as follows: -intermarriage between the parties, such intermarriage between a father and daughter; -one of the parties is under 16 years of age; -one of the parties did not have sufficient mental capacity at the time of the marriage; -one of the parties was committing bigamy, meaning one spouse was married to someone else at the time of the marriage; -force, menace, or duress was used in obtaining the marriage; and -fraud. Annulments are only granted by Georgia courts if one of the six grounds outlined above are present. Please note that although it may be possible to obtain an annulment in other states on the ground that the parties did not consummate the marriage, this is not a grounds for annulment in Georgia. Additionally, under most circumstances, even if one of these grounds is present, if the parties seeking an annulment had children during the course of the marriage, that couple must seek a divorce instead of an annulment because Georgia courts will not grant an annulment if there are children born during the marriage. O.C.G.A. § 19-4-1. For more info visit my website at
Q. If my friend and i went to jail from my friends house and my belongings are still there and my friend is still in jail
A: Generally, you can not enter another person's house without their permission. For more info visit my website at
Q. If my rights were violated through Boykin, does this give me grounds to reverse my guilty plea?
A: The primary issue in determining whether a plea is lawful is whether the defendant entered a knowing, intelligent and voluntary guilty plea. If the Court and/or your lawyer failed to inform you of your rights under Boykin, it could be grounds to invalidate a guilty plea. You should consult a lawyer who can thoroughly investigate the matter and help you make an informed decision about the plea/case. For more info visit my website at
Q. I just caught my first shoplifting charge at Walmart which was about $25 worth of food, what is my punishment
A: You should hire a lawyer. A theft or shoplifting conviction on your record can make it very difficult to get a job. For more info visit my website at
Q. If you have a warrent do you still have to be read your rights when getting arrested??
A: It is not a requirement that a person getting arrested be read Miranda rights. They only have to read you your rights if they want to use your “in custody” statement. For more info visit my website at
Q. If my husband did not touch me how can he be charged with aggravated assult
A: Threatening a person with deadly force is enough for the charge. If he’s facing a serious charge of that nature, he should consult a lawyer immediately. For more info check my website at
Q. Is it better to wait to be served divorce papers , or be the first to file ?
A: It doesn’t really matter whether you’re the plaintiff or defendant. As the defendant you would counterclaim for divorce anyway. I would recommend consulting an attorney, especially with children and violent behavior involved. For more info visit my website at
Q. If plaintiff in a divorce does not show up for the bench trial, does the case get dismissed or is a warrant issued
A: If the Defendant filed a counterclaim for divorce, the divorce could be granted to the defendant without the plaintiff showing up.
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