Rothschild Wishek & Sands provides the knowledge, skill, expertise, and experience to assist its clients defending any allegation of criminal conduct, from business related allegations such as environmental or health care fraud to individual concerns such as sexual misconduct, internet related matters, crimes of violence and alcohol or drug related allegations. Attorneys in the firm have litigated landmark cases in the California Supreme Court and Court of Appeal relating to search and seizure, privacy rights, wiretapping, due process, and constitutional law. Three attorneys are recognized within the peer reviewed publication "The Best Lawyers of America" and members of the firm regularly teach continuing education courses for criminal defense lawyers throughout California and the United States. Individual members of the firm include a past president of California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, the Statewide Criminal Defense Bar, a trial practice instructor affiliated with the University of California, Davis Law School and a former professor of law and director for the Center for Legal Advocacy at the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. Members of the firm appear as named lead counsel in twelve reported and published opinions of the California Courts of Appeal and Supreme Court, all relating to criminal law and procedure. Media appearances have included "The Today Show," "20/20," "60 Minutes," and "Dateline."
The firm also specializes in the representation of California teachers and administrators facing disciplinary review before the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, and represents professionals in disciplinary licensing proceedings before all boards and agencies in California.
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