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Serving Atlanta & All of GEORGIA

Civil & Criminal Trial Attorney


Effective, ethical counsel since 2006

Over a nearly 12 year legal career, Alan Levine has been a prosecutor, magistrate judge, and managed his own private practice. Prior to becoming an attorney, Alan taught math and science in some of the best private schools across the nation upon graduating from Georgia Tech in 1991.

Starting his legal career with the Cobb County Solicitor General, over his first six years as an attorney, Alan prosecuted literally hundreds of cases including drug possession, DUI and vehicular homicide, theft and shoplifting, battery and domestic violence, and obstruction charges - just to name a few. Following that, he joined a boutique estate ligation practice. There, he brought his criminal courtroom skills to the civil litigation arena where he represented both plaintiffs and defendants. During this time, Alan successfully represented clients in business disputes and other complex litigation that arose as collateral issues in the underlying estate litigation. 

While serving as a part-time magistrate judge Alan interviewed police officers and reviewed hundred of applications for arrest and search warrants. He also conducted first appearance hearings for those arrested and set or denied bond and bond conditions as appropriate. He also conducted numerous weddings (the best part of the job)!

Today, Alan is in private practice representing clients in all manner of civil and criminal litigation. He has successfully defended clients facing considerable jail time for alleged drug possession and other matters before Georgia's superior and state courts. Alan continues to represent clients in civil matters as well, focusing on complex estate, probate, guardianship and conservatorship litigation, with competent, ethical legal counsel. In addition to his trial practice, Alan is both appointed and hired to write appeals in criminal and civil matters.




274 Washington Avenue
Marietta, Georgia 30060


(770) 870-4994

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Areas of Practice


Whether you are innocent or guilty, it is highly advisable to have a skilled negotiator and potentially aggressive litigator at your side. DUI Law is a highly specialized sub-specialty of criminal defense that has many pitfalls for the unwary. For six years, Alan prosecuted offenders and helped oversee Cobb County’s DUI Court. After that, he was a Magistrate Judge who reviewed search and arrest warrants. Now, he represents clients facing all manner of misdemeanor and felonious offenses. LEARN MORE on our SERVICES PAGE.

Guardians & Conservators

When people cannot care for themselves or make responsible financial decisions, a guardianship or conservatorship may be necessary. But, it is also important the right person is appointed as guardian or conservator, as well as protecting against the unnecessary abrogation of an individual’s autonomy. Also, those under a guardianship or conservatorship may have changed life circumstances whereby their rights to make personal and financial decision can and should be restored. Alan has represented clients in this specialized field and serves as a guardian ad litem for the Cobb County Probate Court. LEARN MORE on our SERVICES PAGE.


For 12 years now, Alan has written and argued in after trial proceedings both for the prosecution and for the defense in criminal matters, and in civil matters as well. From motions for new trials in the most serious of felonies, to preservation or overturning of civil verdicts, Alan is authorized to practice in all appellate courts including the Court of Appeals of Georgia and the Georgia Supreme Court. LEARN MORE on our SERVICES PAGE.


We must all obey the great law of change. It is the most powerful law of nature.
— Edmund Burke


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