High-Profile California Lawyer
As a top California criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Rosenfeld has successfully and aggressively defended cases ranging from first-degree murder to driving under the influence (DUI defense), and he has developed a reputation in the successful defense of all sex offenses.
Mr. Rosenfeld’s Sacramento criminal defense law firm has successfully defended high-profile media cases; he can regularly be seen in appearances on television and broadcast radio.
In one particular case, criminal defense lawyer Ken Rosenfeld successfully defended a gentleman who faced 120 years in prison if convicted. Today this client is home with his family, having put the entire ordeal behind him.
California criminal defense lawyer Ken Rosenfeld is a graduate of American University and a member of the American Bar Association and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is entitled to practice law in the State of California and is admitted to the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Northern Districts of California.
Principal attorney Ken Rosenfeld is also an accomplished appeals lawyer and has been admitted to practice in the California Courts of Appeals, the California Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
To law students preparing to take the California Bar Exam, Criminal Attorney Ken Rosenfeld also teaches:
- Constitutional Law
- Professional Responsibility
Mr. Rosenfeld continues to serve as a legal expert commentator for several television stations in the Sacramento area, and has appeared in national media as an expert criminal law commentator.
Ken Rosenfeld’s Sacramento criminal defense law firm also practices federal criminal defense, juvenile defense, appellate law, criminal defense, prison law, and mental health law.
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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.