Dmitry Gorin is a partner at Eisner Gorin LLP, a boutique, Los Angeles-based law firm with an AV- Preeminent* Rating (Top 5% U.S. Law Firm) specializing in criminal defense.
Drawing from more than a decade of experience as a Senior Deputy District Attorney for Los Angeles County, Mr. Gorin now specializes in the defense of complex criminal matters in state and federal courts nationwide. Having litigated approximately 100 jury trials, he has successfully defended attorneys, medical professionals, business owners and corporations on felony and misdemeanor crimes nationally. Mr. Gorin specializes in all criminal defense matters including allegations of sex crimes, federal violations, drug crimes, violence, white-collar crime, juvenile court, drug crimes, and DUI.
Mr. Gorin has also litigated some of the largest white collar crime and narcotics cases nationally. Many of his publicity cases have been profiled by media outlets such as the Los Angeles Times, Daily News, ABC, NBC and Court TV.
Even if an arrest has been made, Mr. Gorin focuses on getting charges dropped before formal charging in court. It is important for a criminal defense professional to intervene early and aggressively. This includes an immediate crime scene investigation, witness interviews, and other work that could convince the prosecution to not bring criminal charges and keep a person's record clean.
Since 2001, Mr. Gorin has served as an Adjunct Professor at both Pepperdine Law School and UCLA, in trial and pre-trial litigation, public speaking, and criminal law. He is also active member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the California Association of Criminal Justice, and is the founder of the Eastern-European Bar Association. He regularly instructs other attorneys on criminal defense litigation and has presented MCLE lectures at the California State Bar, Santa Monica Bar, and San Fernando Valley Bar Associations.
Mr. Gorin is frequently asked to serve as a legal expert/analyst for various national and international media outlets and has previously provided commentary on the criminal prosecutions of Phil Spector, Roman Polanski, Dr. Murray, Mel Gibson and Lindsay Lohan, among others.