Dmitry Gorin is a licensed attorney, who has been involved in criminal trial work and pretrial litigation since 1994. Before becoming partner in Eisner Gorin LLP, Mr. Gorin was a Senior Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles Courts for more than ten years.
As a criminal trial prosecutor, Mr. Gorin specialized in complex trial work including gang murder trials, sex crimes, major narcotics cases, and white collar crimes. He received numerous awards for successful trial work from the Association of District Attorneys and the U.S. Postal Inspector.
Mr. Gorin's expertise in criminal defense is further demonstrated in his experience with high-profile cases. Many of his prior jury trials have been profiled on television and in the newspapers, including the L.A. Times, Daily News, ABC, NBC, and Court TV. Recently, he provided legal commentary on Court TV's North Mission Road.
Mr. Gorin is also an adjunct law professor, teaching at Pepperdine University School of Law, as well as at the UCLA Speech and Communications Department. His instruction and expertise relate to constitutional rights (Miranda Rights and Unlawful Searches), jury trials, alternative sentencings, and drug rehabilitation.
Mr. Gorin has also been selected as an author by the California State Bar, Continuing Education of the Bar Program (CEB). He has written and published in CEB's California Criminal Law, Procedure, and Practice, a leading reference manual for criminal practitioners throughout California . His multiple publications relate to Grand Jury Investigations and Indictments. See federal court victories here.
Areas of Practice:
- Criminal Law
- Federal Crimes
- Child Pornography
- Child Molestation
- Sex Offender Registration
- Fraud Crimes
- Theft Crimes
- Internet Crimes
- Probation Violations
- Bench & Arrest Warrants
- White Collar Crime
- Sex Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
- Drug Crimes
- Murder/Violent Crimes
- Domestic Violence
- U.S. District Court
- U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit
- U.S. District Court Central District of California
- U.S. Federal Courts
- U.S. Supreme Court
- UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, California, May, 1995
- Doctorate of Jurisprudence
- Honors: Moot Court Honors
- University of California, Los Angeles, June, 1992
- Bachelor of Arts - Economics
- Honors: Magna Cum Laude
- Honors: Phi Beta Kappa Published
- California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice, State Bar of California, Continuing Education of the Bar, 2004
- California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice, State Bar of California, Continuing Education of the Bar, 2005
- California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice, State Bar of California, Continuing Education of the Bar, 2006
- California Criminal Law Bible
- UCLA, Speech & Communications Department, Professor
- Pepperdine University, School of Law, Professor
Honors and Awards:
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Magna Cum Laude, UCLA
- Moot Court Honors Program, UCLA Law School
- Top Prosecutor Award, Association of Deputy District Attorneys
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- California Association of Criminal Justice
- San Fernando Valley Bar Association
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Criminal Courts Bar Association
- Beverly Hills Bar Association
Past Employment Positions:
- Los Angeles County Office of the District Attorney, Senior Deputy District Attorney
Recent Case Results
- Large white-collar crime, with alleged 100+ million loss, pending in multiple federal jurisdictions. The firm secures the release of the main defendant in the indictment after months of litigation. New Jersey-Oklahoma-California District Courts.
- A murder charge was dropped at the preliminary hearing following the presentation of defense witnesses and a mental health expert regarding the client's PTSD. LAX Courthouse.
- Mental health diversion resulting in a dismissal for a doctor facing misdemeanor sex crime allegations and 290 registration. Orange County Superior Court.
- Felony domestic violence charge pending at the preliminary hearing results in informal DA diversion, leading to dismissal after completion of treatment classes. LAX Courthouse.
- Case involving illegal possession of weapons and drugs results in full dismissal due to violation of client's rights. Los Angeles Downtown Courthouse.
- Child abuse charges dropped after informal DA Diversion and completion of treatment classes. San Fernando Court.
- Numerous felony fraud charges against a police officer were reduced to one misdemeanor, ultimately expunged. Los Angeles Downtown Courthouse.
- Sex offenses are handled informally through an office hearing, without filing charges in court, for a music producer. Van Nuys Court.
- Sex offense investigation against a professor closed without formal charges after firm intervention and presentation of defense evidence. LAX Court.
- An embezzlement case was resolved without formal charges in court after presenting defense evidence. Glendale Court.
- Judicial diversion following reduction of case to a misdemeanor following a felony car theft arrest. Our client will be dismissed entirely after completing community service. Inglewood Superior Court.
- Domestic violence charges were dropped against an attorney following a year-long investigation. The alleged victim was a peace officer. The firm's timely intervention was critical. Santa Clarita Superior Court.
- A social media personality facing domestic violence felony arrest has the case dismissed without charges in court after the presentation of defense evidence. Long Beach Superior Court.
- An Ivy-league student facing fake ID and a minor in possession allegations, following criminal citation, obtains an informal prosecutorial program. No formal charges were filed in court.
- Sex offense charges were dropped at the preliminary hearing for the client after the presentation of defense evidence and cross-examination. Van Nuys Courthouse.