Rothman & Associates, P.A. Founder
More than 30 years ago, I decided to become a lawyer. Not just any lawyer, but a criminal defense lawyer. I wanted; no, I needed to make a difference. I was passionate about fighting for people accused of crimes. I relished the opportunity to stand up against the government on behalf of a client.
I am very proud of my, and my law firm’s track record. We have made a difference. Though we certainly have not won every case, never once did we give less than 100%, for any client. My focus has always been on the client. Unless the client gets the best possible result, I treat it as a failure. There are no “lawyer” victories, for the only true victory is the victory of a client.
When I graduated law school, I became a prosecutor so that when I started my own criminal defense law firm, I would have the experience to be a better lawyer, anticipating what a prosecutor would think and do in any case. Thereafter, along with a couple of other prosecutors, we formed our own law firm. Ever since, we have vigorously defended our clients in state and federal courts.
Along the way, I achieved Board Certification status, something only a small percentage of criminal trial lawyers ever earn. It allows me to hold myself out as an expert; a specialist in criminal trial work. Today, the only thing that has changed is that I have handled thousands of criminal cases. It remains important to me to represent each of my clients with complete dedication, passion, and preparation.
If you are ready to get started on your defense, contact Rothman & Associates, P.A.
Supreme Court Argument for Bar Case
Miami Herald video from August 2019 showing when our client was found not guilty of Battery.