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  • Firm Overview


    At Levi Merrithew Horst PC, we recognize that the issues you bring to our firm are often the most serious, life-changing issues you have ever faced. We are dedicated to helping you understand the law, counseling you on the options available, and advocating for you.

    Our attorneys have built their careers fighting for clients against impossible odds. They can help you understand the risks and rewards of various courses of action. They know how to negotiate a fair resolution to a case, and, when the situation calls for it, they are all proven trial lawyers.



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  • Collaborative Approach


    Our attorneys understand the value of having multiple perspectives on a case. Our clients are better served when they have the collective experience and knowledge of four attorneys, rather than one. A single attorney working alone is always going to be disadvantaged when matched against a team of attorneys working collaboratively.

    At Levi Merrithew Horst PC, our clients each get the benefit of all of our attorneys. Collaboration is built into every stage of every case. This means that while you are paying for only one attorney, you are getting the experience and knowledge of four.



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  • Areas of Practice


    Specializing in criminal defense, civil rights, and juvenile law, the attorneys at Levi Merrithew Horst PC represent people who are ensnared in the justice system. Our firm represents individuals who are under investigation, have been charged, or have been convicted of any type of crime--from misdemeanors to aggravated murder.

    We represent parents and children involved in the juvenile court system; victims and witnesses in the criminal justice system; prisoners whose civil rights have been violated; individuals on both sides of restraining order cases; people seeking to expunge their arrests or convictions; and individuals facing other types of administrative sanctions for misconduct allegations.



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