Marsicoveterehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/People/DispForm.aspx?ID=186MarsicovetereBrian MarsicoveterePresident, Marsicovetere and Levine Law Group, PC <img alt="" src="http://www-assets.vermontlaw.edu/Assets/directories/people/Marsicovetere_Brian.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />National Criminal Defense College, 2002JD, Vermont Law School, 1999BA, East Carolina University, 1996802-296-6200 (xt. 109)<p>Professor Brian Marsicovetere developed a firm interest in criminal law and civil rights litigation during his first year as a student in Vermont Law School. Upon graduation in1999, he was hired by Law Offices of Kevin W. Griffin, PC. In 2005, they formed Griffin, Marsicovetere and Wilkes, PC. In 2013, upon Attorney Griffin’s appointment as a judge in the Vermont Superior Court, Prof. Marsicovetere established Marsicovetere Law Group, PC. Four years later, on January 1, 2017, Attorney Jordana Levine became a shareholder and the name of the firm was amended.</p> <p>The office is well-staffed, with eleven staff members, and focuses on the investigation and defense of state and federal criminal cases involving indigent and non-indigent defendants. The office also prosecutes civil rights cases in state and federal court (due process, free speech limitation/retaliation, unlawful searches/arrests, malicious prosecution, excessive force, prisoner's rights, prison medical malpractice, etc.). Additionally, they service two contracts for public defender services through the Vermont Defender General’s Office, and accept select cases involving landlord-tenant, family law, and other civil matters.</p> <p>Prof. Marsicovetere served as President of the Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and for three years served as one of four coaches for VLS’s trial advocacy team. Prof. Marsicovetere presents continuing legal education seminars through the Green Mountain Criminal Defense Institute, and for several years assisted in conducting its “Mini Trial School.” Along with Anna Saxman and Heidi Remick, he teaches the Criminal Law Clinic class and supervises students for the Clinic’s practicum component, which allow students to work on existing criminal cases in the Windsor County Superior Court.</p>GP0|#60299164-3d95-4019-9e28-36eda6e713dc;L0|#060299164-3d95-4019-9e28-36eda6e713dc|Criminal Law and Procedure;GTSet|#d472df4a-bfc1-44e1-aba0-d9d3ce47ddf9;GP0|#0f5762fd-6b7a-4ee8-8947-95a53a72ad79;L0|#00f5762fd-6b7a-4ee8-8947-95a53a72ad79|Civil RightsGP0|#c2a7fe3f-9c83-4b80-a897-4cdfc9b33391;L0|#0c2a7fe3f-9c83-4b80-a897-4cdfc9b33391|Adjunct Faculty;GTSet|#f56df0fa-9bdb-4e22-abac-ddf5f696a71d;GPP|#d56ffc52-3a80-49e2-95fd-f49b2d4639a1Civil Rights; Criminal Law and Procedure

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