Attorney Kevin M. Brown is from Detroit, MI.
Mr. Brown holds Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctoral degrees from two of the nation’s top Ivy League universities.
His Alma Maters include the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania.
In 1983, Mr. Brown earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of Michigan.
In 1986 he added yet another degree from the University of Michigan.
This time he earned his Masters Degree in Organizational Medical Care.
After working for many years throughout Detroit in the Public Sector, Kevin decided to become an attorney.
Mr. Brown’s outstanding achievements at the University of Michigan
laid the foundation for his admission to the University of Pennsylvania.
He earned his Juris Doctorate in 1993.
After becoming an attorney, Kevin married his wife Barbara and they settled in New Jersey.
Mr. Brown’s experience as an attorney spans two and half decades (25 years).
During the first part of his career, he served as one of the Top Municipal Prosecutors in Jersey City.
The Jersey City Municipal Court system is one of the busiest in the state.
The Jersey City Office of the Municipal Prosecutor
represents the state of New Jersey in the prosecution of all downgraded felonies.
Over 3,000 cases are heard before the municipal courts of Jersey City each month.
Mr. Brown conservatively estimates that he has Prosecuted over 20, 000 cases during his tenure in Jersey City.
Yes, you read correctly, “over twenty thousand!”
However, Mr. Brown’s heart is on the defense side of things.
He prefers to use his extensive courtroom trial skills to defend people in
New Jersey charged with both minor and major crimes.
Whether a client is charged with a Misdemeanor or a serious Felony, his passion never waivers.
He pours every ounce of his energy in to ensuring that individual justice prevail in each case.
After Mr. Brown wins their case, clients always express their gratitude for
how patient and supportive he was throughout the entire case.
If you ask Mr. Brown about the secret to his success, he’ll respond, “There’s no secret, I’m just doing my job”.