Rockville DUI Attorney
Mr. Hollenberg brings a wealth of experience as a former prosecutor to his Maryland criminal defense work at Jezic & Moyse, LLC. As an Assistant State’s Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland, he tried numerous criminal and traffic cases, building a strong record of litigation experience.
Prior to joining the firm, he was a Staff Attorney at the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA). At NDAA, he studied impaired driving and drugged driving around the United States, and assisted in training prosecutors around the country.
Mr. Hollenberg graduated with an A.B. from Dartmouth College. He earned his J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law, where he was Senior Editor of the Business Law Review, and President of the Society for Dispute Resolution. While in law school, he was a Marshall-Brennan Fellow in Washington, DC, tasked with teaching Constitutional and Criminal Law to local high school students. Additionally, he served as a Student Attorney for the Community Economic Development Law Clinic, assisting low-income and marginalized groups with organizational and legal support to allow them to grow within their communities.
Mr. Hollenberg is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French. He is licensed to practice law in Maryland and is a member of the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association, the Montgomery County Bar Association, and the Maryland State Bar Association.
Among his many victories in court, Mr. Hollenberg:
- Worked tirelessly to have murder charges against a seventeen-year-old dismissed in Charles County;
- Persuaded a Montgomery County jury to acquit a client accused of driving under the influence after a trial, where officers admitted that field sobriety tests were not translated and could have affected the client’s performance;
- Helped convince a jury to acquit a client of two alleged sexual offenses in a recent Prince George’s County case;
- Convinced a Montgomery County District Court judge to find his client not guilty of indecent exposure following a trial, where the victim admitted on cross-examination that the client did not match her initial description of the alleged perpetrator;
- Persuaded a Montgomery County District Court judge to find his client not guilty of driving under the influence, after delivering a closing argument that highlighted the lack of sufficient evidence to prove when any driving occurred.