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Former Federal Prosecutors
Attorneys Nicholas Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum are highly regarded in the Georgia legal community, each in their own unique ways.
Each of these highly skilled Atlanta criminal defense lawyers possesses more than 30 years of experience. Each is a leader known for his recognized track record of success - in and out of the courtroom.
Commitment to Excellence, History of Results
Attorney Lotito has lectured Georgia lawyers on topics of continuing legal education and appeared as expert legal commentator on the cable network Tru TV (formerly known as Court TV). A former federal prosecutor, he is a past president of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. For many years, he chaired that group's Amicus Committee. He also recently taught law to students in Vladivostok, Russia, through the Center for International Legal Studies. Georgia Trend Magazine has named him as a member of the Legal Elite.
Attorney Kirschenbaum has served as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, as well as assistant U.S. attorney for the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Northern District of Georgia. He has held leadership positions in several professional organizations, having served as president of the Atlanta Bar Association and chair of its criminal law section. He is currently a member of the board of governors of the State Bar of Georgia.
Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum now apply their considerable prosecutorial and criminal defense experience to your criminal problem. At our Atlanta law offices, we create solutions for people in trouble.
More Than 60 Years of Combined Trial Experience in Georgia State and Federal Courts
Recognized as Super Lawyers in their respective fields, criminal defense attorneys Nicholas Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum head the criminal law division of the boutique law firm of Davis, Zipperman, Kirschenbaum & Lotito. With the resources of a prominent law firm behind us, we can fully dedicate ourselves to ensuring that our clients' rights are protected. Through our many years of experience, we have established relationships with a number of prominent investigative experts whose work is instrumental in helping us make a compelling case on your behalf.
Although our law firm is located in Atlanta, we proudly serve clients throughout the state of Georgia - and have represented clients in at least 17 states around the country. If you have been investigated for a serious crime, or arrested and charged, contact us. Call 404-688-2000. Your initial consultation with us is free.
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