ABOUT MEDVIN LAW AND
FOUNDER MARINA MEDVIN, ESQ.
MEDVIN LAW PLC is a Northern Virginia boutique law firm that is dedicated exclusively to criminal defense, white collar crimes, and DWI defense in Federal and Virginia state courts.
Attorney Marina Medvin, founder of MEDVIN LAW, is a highly sought-after and nationally recognized criminal trial lawyer. She has defended FBI’s 10 Most Wanted, WikiLeaks and Anonymous hacker activists, CEOs, politicians, celebrities, professional athletes, lawyers, prosecutors, police officers, senior military officers, and litigated various other high-profile cases.
Ms. Medvin is an experienced litigator and has represented clients in the full spectrum of Virginia State and Federal prosecutions, including Murder, Cyber Crime, White Collar Crime, and DWI. Attorney Medvin has been described as dauntless, assertive, innovative, and client-dedicated. She is known as a sharp advocate for her clients.
Marina Medvin has been recognized as one of Washington’s Best Lawyers by Washingtonian Magazine, Top Lawyer by Northern Virginia Magazine, honored in the Washington Post‘s annual list of Top Attorneys in Washington DC, recognized by Richmond Magazine as one of the Top Attorneys in Virginia, selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America for superior litigation accomplishments, honored by Super Lawyers as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, profiled as a Leading Attorney in Town & Country Magazine, selected to the list of Top 100 Trial lawyers by the The National Trial Lawyers, received a 10.0 Superb Rating from AVVO, and maintains 5/5 star client ratings throughout the various online attorney reviews sites, amongst other distinctions.
Ms. Medvin’s legal analysis has been featured by national television and print media, to include Forbes, BBC News, The Washington Post, ABC News, The Huffington Post, Yahoo! News, Vocative, TechWorm, International Business Times, Gizmodo.
Ms. Medvin is an author for the Virginia CLE practice book on Defense of Serious Traffic Cases in Virginia, a Virginia practice guide that is taught to Virginia judges and lawyers as continuing legal education. She is also a columnist and op-ed writer, contributing legal analysis to Washington Examiner and TownHall.