For NJ DWI Call: (856) 429-2323
For PA DUI Call: (215) 496-9292

How Leckerman Law Will Help
Defend Your DWI / DUI Charges

  • Focused 100% on New Jersey DWI / Pennsylvania DUI Defense
  • Get a Personalized Road Map or Game Plan Of Your Defense
  • NHTSA Trained Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor
  • Extensive Training In Blood Testing Analysis and
    Drug Recognition Evaluations
  • No Junior Associates - You Get Kevin's Full Attention Always

Kevin Leckerman, New Jersey DWI and Pennsylvania DUI Attorney

Kevin Leckerman has handled well over 1,000 DWI / DUI cases throughout his career and tried approximately 200 of those cases at the municipal court level in New Jersey and in the Court of Common Pleas in Pennsylvania.  Mr. Leckerman has been formally trained to administer standardized field sobriety tests and to operate numerous breath testing machines, including the Alcotest 7110, Intoxilyzer 8000, Datamaster, and Breathalyzer 900/900A.

In the beginning of his career, as a Senior Deputy for the Bucks County Public Defender in Pennsylvania, Kevin Leckerman was the Appellate Division co-chief handling all appellate matters. This position required writing and arguing briefs to the Commonwealth, Superior and Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania. At the same time, he worked as a senior trial attorney representing clients on charges ranging from arson, aggravated assault, DUI, rape, drug crimes, DUI vehicular homicides, felony-murder to capital murder.

After leaving the Office of the Public Defender, Kevin chose to work for Levow & Associates, P.A., located in Cherry Hill, NJ. As an associate, he focused his practice on DWI / DUI defense. During his tenure with Levow & Associates, Kevin Leckerman received training and certification from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for DWI detection and the administration of standardized field sobriety testing. Moreover, as a member of the National College for DUI Defense, he received and continues to receive extensive training regarding breath testing, blood testing and all other aspects of DWI / DUI defense.

Additionally, Kevin Leckerman wrote the briefs for and argued before the New Jersey Appeals Court in a successful effort to establish new DWI law in New Jersey. The changes in the law concerned the Constitutional right to confront and cross-examine hospital workers who extracted blood samples and lab technicians who tested those blood samples in DWI prosecutions. These changes helped to enhance and protect the rights of all people in New Jersey charged with DWI.

Areas of Practice

100% DUI / DWI Defense

Litigation Percentage


Types of DWI Cases Handled

– Highest BAC ever handled 0.38
– Defended someone with 5 previous DWI convictions
– Under 21
– Under 18
- CDL Holder (in commercial vehicle and in regular vehicle)
– Out of State
– 1st Offender
– Multiple / Repeat Offender
– High BAC (above .15)
– BAC below .08
– RE-arrest from interlock failure
– Failure to Appear
– 2nd DWI while under suspension for the 1st
– Child in Car
– Checkpoint DWI

Training Courses and Certifications

Trained Standardized Field Sobriety Tests instructor – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Course completion – January 24-26, 2014

American Chemical Society (ACS) Hands-On Forensic Drug Analysis Training Course – 5-days technical training for analyzing seized illegal drugs
-Certificate of course completion May 16-19, 2013

Intoxilyzer 8000 Operator’s Course – 3-days training course concerning the scientific principles and operation of the Intoxilyzer 8000 breath testing device

-Certificate of course completion May 10-12, 2012

American Chemical Society (ACS) Hands-On Forensic Chromatography Training Course – 5-days technical training for detecting the presence of drugs or alcohol in blood and urine

-Certificate of course completion April 25-29, 2012

Scientific Evidence and the Right to Confrontation

-Course completion January 13, 2012

Enzyme Assay Ethanol Test False Positive Results Due to NADH

-Course completion May 20, 2011

Mastering Scientific Evidence in DWI/DUI Cases

-Certification of course completion April 16, 2011

The Scientific Truth About HS-GC-FID and the Pharmacology of Ethyl Alcohol, Marijuana and Benzodiazepines

-Certification of course completion January 7, 2011

Drug Evaluation and Classification Overview Course (DRE)

-Certification of course completion September 26, 2005

DWI Consultants – DRE (Drug Recognition Evaluation) seminar


-Course completion August 13, 2010

Draeger Safety Diagnostics, Inc. Operator Training Course for the Alcotest 7110 MKIII-C

-Certificate of course completion March 27, 2009

Forensic Blood & Urine Testing Course

-Certificate of course completion December 7th, 2008

Mastering Scientific Evidence in DWI/DUI Cases Training Course

-Certificate of course completion April 21, 2007

NHTSA and IACP DWI Detection & Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Program


-Certificate of Training February 6, 2005

Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Capital Homicide Case Training

-Certificate of course completion September 10, 2004

Pennsylvania Defender Appellate Skills Training

-Certificate of course completion March 11, 2004

Seminars Given by Attorney Leckerman

Scientific Approaches to Defending Drug Cases in Municipal Court

-Municipal Court Practice Committee – Camden County Bar Association – April 30, 2014

Fundamentals of DUI Blood Testing

-Widener University School of Law – New Jersey DWI Law Course – February 19, 2014

Legal Presentations to Attorneys

Speaker -DUI Defense Training Seminar for Public Defenders

-Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys (PADDDA ) – September 14, 2012

Speaker – “The DRE Case – Cross-Examining the Prosecution’s Drug Recognition Expert”

-New Jersey Association for Justice – February, 2012

Speaker and Organizer-“Drug Recognition Evaluations (DRE)”

-Bucks County Bar Association of Pennsylvania – May, 2011

Speaker – “Understanding Drug Recognition Evaluations (DRE)”

-Middlesex County Bar Association of New Jersey – April, 2011

Organizer – “DWI Consultants Drug Recognition Evaluation (DRE) Seminar”

-August 2010

Speaker – “Trying and Defending Blood Alcohol Cases”

-Middlesex County Bar Association of New Jersey – June, 2010

Organizer and Speaker – “DUI Primer – Basics of Blood Collection and Testing” seminar

-Bucks County Bar Association of Pennsylvania – November, 2009


Super Lawyers Magazine – DUI Super Lawyers Award – 2014

Super Lawyers Magazine – DUI Super Lawyers Award – 2013

Philadelphia Life Magazine – Reader’s Choice list of Awesome DUI/DWI Attorneys – 2012

Super Lawyers Magazine – DUI Rising Star Award-2012

Arrive Magazine – Top Northeast DUI Lawyers – 2011

Super Lawyers Magazine – DUI Rising Star Award-2011

Arrive Magazine – “Best of” Edition (Top 50 Attorneys -2010)

Bar Admissions

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (November, 1997)

State of New Jersey (February, 1998)

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

Professional Associations


Leckerman Law, LLC – DWI / DUI Defense Firm


Levow & Associates, P.A. – DWI / DUI Defense Firm – 2004 to 2010

Office of the Bucks County Public Defender – 1999 to 2004

Lyons & Lyons, P.C. – 1998 to 1999

Office of Theresa Peeler, Esq. – 1997 to 1998

Memberships in Professional Organizations

National College for DUI Defense

Atlantic County Municipal Court Defense Attorneys Association

Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys (PADDDA)-Founding member

Pennsylvania Bar Association

New Jersey Bar Association

Bucks County Bar Association

Phi Delta Phi – International Legal Fraternity


Widener University School of Law

Juris Doctor, law

1994 – 1997

Widener Law Symposium Journal- Law Review

Trial Advocacy Honor Society, vice-president

College of William and Mary – School of Law-1995

Scholarship to summer semester studying comparative law in Madrid, Spain

University of Pittsburgh

B.A., History, Psychology, Spanish

Phi Beta Kappa Society



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