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Julie Rendelman

212-951-1232
Julie B. Rendelman
Law Offices of Julie Rendelman, LLC
535 5th Avenue Suite #2525
Ny, NY 10017
rendelmanlaw.com
Phone: 212-951-1232

About Julie Rendelman

Julie Rendelman is a leading New York criminal defense attorney with offices in New York, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Long Island. As a former Brooklyn prosecutor, Ms. Rendelman rose to the elite position of Deputy Bureau Chief of the Homicide Bureau, where she was entrusted with the most high profile, complex investigations and trials.   After successfully leading over 60 jury trials, Ms. Rendelman... read more »

Biography

Julie Rendelman is a leading New York criminal defense attorney with offices in New York, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Long Island. As a former Brooklyn prosecutor, Ms. Rendelman rose to the elite position of Deputy Bureau Chief of the Homicide Bureau, where she was entrusted with the most high profile, complex investigations and trials.  

After successfully leading over 60 jury trials, Ms. Rendelman  left the District Attorney's Office and opened the Law Offices of Julie Rendelman, LLC, where she  represents clients in all areas of criminal defense, including homicides, sex crimes, violent crimes, drug crimes, and financial crimes in all counties of New York. In addition, she is  admitted to practice in all New York state courts, the Eastern District and Southern District of New York and the Second Circuit of the US Court of Appeals. 

She was voted Top 100 Trial Lawyers through the National Trial Lawyers Association and has been honored with the 2018 Lawyer of Distinction Award. She frequently hosts the Law and Crime Network, where she analyzes pending criminal trials throughout the United States.  

The Law Offices of Julie Rendelman, LLC, is open 24 hours, 7 days a week and offers free legal consultations.

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Julie Rendelman -
Law Offices of Julie Rendelman, LLC
535 5th Avenue Suite #2525
Ny, NY 10017
rendelmanlaw.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 212-951-1232

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Criminal DefenseP1100.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
New York Member in Good Standing 1993

Work Experience

Position Duration
Law Offices of Julie Rendelman 20142019
Deputy Bureau Chief, Kings County District Attorney's Office 19932013

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
Brooklyn Law School Law LLM 1992

Associations

Position Organization Duration
member New York Criminal Bar Association 2018 – present
member New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2016 – present
member New York City Bar Association present

Awards and Recognitions

Recognition Granting Organization Year
Top 100 Trial Attorneys The National Trial Lawyers 2018
Lifetime Achievement Award America's Top 100 Attorneys 2018
10/10 Superb Rating AVVO 2018
10/10 Superb Rating AVVO 2017
Top 100 Trial Lawyers The National Trial Lawyers 2017
Distinguished Service Award Kings County District Attorney Alumnae Association 2012
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Speaking Engagements

Presentation Title Conference Year
Business and Criminal Law Brooklyn Law School 2016

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Probation in New York: How it works

Posted on Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

Probation is a disposition or sentence imposed by a New York criminal court, whereby you are released without serving any time in jail, although in some circumstances you could be sentenced to both im... [read more]

Common examples of healthcare fraud

Posted on Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Last December, four New York City doctors were included in a group of individual and corporate defendants charged with defrauding publicly funded insurance providers like Medicare and Medicaid of mill... [read more]

Tax crimes in New York

Posted on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

Last April, a British lawyer was found guilty of a massive tax fraud scheme. Michael Little, who was licensed to practice law in New York, was accused of helping the family of a U.S. investor conceal ... [read more]

You were arrested for what?

Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2018

Did you know that in New York, if a police officer catches you flirting, you can be fined $25? If this antiquated law were enforced, then most of the city would be in danger. It’s been on t... [read more]

What is a treaty transfer case in criminal law?

Posted on Saturday, September 15th, 2018

Being arrested, convicted, and imprisoned is bad enough. It’s even worse when you’re in a foreign country and have no access to friends, family, or even friendly faces who speak your langu... [read more]

You have the right to remain silent: History of the Miranda warning

Posted on Thursday, September 6th, 2018

“You have the right to remain silent….” Most of us can recite the remainder of that statement by heart, even if we’ve never been arrested. It’s included in the script of... [read more]