- Rooted. Leevin was raised in Yigo and is a proud product of the public school system. After college and law school, he brought his skills and passion for public service back home. He is a husband and a father.
- Fair. Leevin believes in the principle that all people are equal before the law. He understands that every case, whether a procurement dispute, the establishment and enforcement of child support, or the prosecution of a crime, should be handled efficiently and fairly.
- Protector. Leevin is a proven advocate for the people of Guam. He has taken on pro bono cases advancing land rights, environmental justice, and the right to vote in the territories.
- Experienced. Leevin has an expansive range of legal experience, having helped clients in a wide range of cases over the past 12 years. He started his own firm 7 years ago and, since then, has handled hundreds of cases in local and federal court.
- Practical. Leevin will take a systematic approach to improving the delivery of vital government services and eliminating corruption. He will work to ensure government agencies follow the law, act in in the interests of the people, and hold them accountable.
Throughout his career, Leevin has been an advocate for everyday people. From teaching in the Guam public school system, working with low-income communities in Seattle and Boston, and fighting to protect Pagat Village, Leevin has acted in the service of people.
Leevin attended John F. Kennedy High School and the University of Washington. After graduating from Boston University School of Law, he clerked for the Supreme Court of Guam before entering private practice.
Leevin has been a private practice attorney for the past twelve years, seven as a solo practitioner. He has handled more than one hundred criminal cases and over fifteen Supreme Court of Guam appeals. He has assisted the governments of Guam and the CNMI in reviewing complex environmental impact studies. He has also litigated several land rights and environmental justice cases, including a lawsuit to stop the construction of a firing range complex over Pagat Village and a case challenging the proposed development of a high-rise tower in southern Guam. He is also local counsel in a national lawsuit seeking to extend voting rights to U.S. citizens living in the territories.
Leevin is running for Attorney General because it is time for a new generation to step up and serve this community -- with vision, passion, and principle.
Leevin is the son of Lolita San Nicolas Taitano (Familian Asan and Familian Lucas) and Vincent G. Camacho (Familian Santiago and Familian Victoriano). He is married to Jennifer Crisostomo Camacho (Familian Beyong and Familian BeckPing), and they have two rowdy children, Tanom and Matua.