Ask an Attorney
When California and national television stations have a critical need for an attorney who will speak directly, they turn to Ken Rosenfeld.
Airing throughout select markets on FOX40, Ask an Attorney’s Ken Rosenfeld can be seen on a regular basis as a leading legal expert.
Rosenfeld gives sound advice on current topics in 24 media markets including but not limited to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, and San Diego.
From juvenile defense to domestic violence, drug crimes, DUI, theft charges, “three strikes,” felonies, and misdemeanors, California criminal defense attorney Ken Rosenfeld has extensively tackled a myriad of legal issues, helping citizens throughout California and around the country understand many of the complexities and circumstances surrounding:
- Criminal Charges
- Prison vs. Jail
- House Arrest
- And much more
As Legal Analyst
In Sacramento, California, criminal defense attorney Ken Rosenfeld is recognized throughout the community for his accomplishments and highly regarded legal opinion. One of Northern California’s toughest criminal lawyers, Mr. Rosenfeld regularly appears on Fox News, CBS, and NBC, as well as other local television stations, offering legal advice on pertinent topics.
Expert Criminal Law Commentator
Sacramento criminal defense attorney, Ken Rosenfeld, has contributed his knowledge in various capacities. He appeared in national media as an expert criminal law commentator:
✓ He appeared in national media as an expert criminal law commentator.
✓ The New York Times has used Mr. Rosenfeld as a legal and constitutional law expert.
✓ Ken helps news correspondents decipher law-related stories, advises on rulings and decisions, and puts into perspective the impact these cases will have on the community at large.
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Along with legal advice, The Rosenfeld Law Firm in Sacramento, California, offers experience and representation in other pertinent areas of practice including prison law, mental health law, appellate law, and federal criminal defense.