National Criminal Defense College, 2002;
JD, Vermont Law School, 1999;
BA, East Carolina University, 1996
Brian Marsicovetere developed a firm interest in criminal law and civil rights litigation during his first year of law school, and by his third year, he represented public defender clients under supervision through the student practice rules, in both Vermont and New Hampshire. Upon graduation, he was hired by Law Offices of Kevin Griffin, P.C., and in 2005, they established Griffin, Marsicovetere and Wilkes, P.C. His practice is focused on the investigation and defense of criminal allegations, including, but not limited to: assaults, possession of controlled drugs, homicides, and child abuse allegations. He also has an active DUI defense practice, and litigates civil rights violations in federal courts (due process, free speech limitation/retaliation, unlawful searches/arrests, malicious prosecution, excessive force, prisoner's rights, prison medical malpractice, etc.).
Brian, along with Anna Saxman and Robert Sand, co-teaches the class for the Criminal Law Clinic, and supervises students for the practicum component, working on real criminal cases.