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Michael Pollok

Michael is an AV rated attorney who has been practicing criminal defense law in local, state and federal courts since 1994. In addition to maintaining his own practice, Michael is counsel to the law firm of  Kantor Davidoff in Manhattan. He has specialized knowledge in the areas of while collar fraud, homicide, sex offenses, drug cases, driving while intoxicated (DWI), driving while under the influence (DUI), Driving while ability impaired (DWAI) and teaches continuing legal education classes to other lawyers on these subjects.


J.D., St. John's School of Law

M.A., Bard College

B.A., George Washington University

Bar Admissions

U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Courts of Appeal for the 1st and 2nd Circuits, U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Southern, Northern Districts of New York and Connecticut. New York State Bar. 


Rated by Martindale Hubble and AVVO as one of New York's Best Criminal Defense Attorneys

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Enrico Purita

Enrico Purita specializes in handling cases involving juveniles and young adults, traffic infractions, and drug offenses. A graduate of a top-30, nationally ranked law school, Enrico has worked at some of the busiest public defender offices in the country in New York City and Los Angeles. Enrico also worked in California's Domestic Violence Courts obtaining civil protective orders and resolving child custody issues for clients in need. As a law student, Enrico helped draft civil rights complaints and motions for post-sentencing relief.


J.D., University California, Irvine

B.A., Bard College

Bar Admissions

New York State Bar

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Martin McSherry

We are very pleased to have Martin McSherry join us as a legal assistant until the Fall of 2017. Martin is a student at Columbia Law School and has interned for the Office of the Attorney General at the Department of Justice, the Brennan Center for Justice, and the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. As an undergraduate, he studied political communication and criminal justice and assisted teaching Equality and the Law, a legal research and writing course.

J.D., Columbia Law School (Class of 2020)
B.A., George Washington University