Partner at Herrick Feinstein Speaks About Indictments
Many people who contact my partner Justin Paperny and me mistakenly believe that we’re defense attorneys. We’re not. Instead, we provide guidance to help people who anticipate that they may spend time in prison.
We launched Etika Connect as a service for defendants who visit our various websites. When we feature a defense attorney, we’re validating that attorney. We’re also giving our listeners an opportunity to learn more about the attorney’s expertise and honesty.
Today we feature David Rosenfield, a partner at the distinguished firm Herrick Feinstein.
From our conversation today, I learned that David attended undergraduate school at Ohio State University. He advanced to The University of Pennsylvania to earn his law degree. After graduating from Penn in 1982, David began his career working in government. He has worked as a Staff Attorney in the Division of Enforcement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Further, prior to becoming a defense attorney, David earned numerous awards for his work as a prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney’s office.
From our conversation today, listeners will learn about David’s commitment to honesty. He advises our listeners to communicate openly and honestly with the defense counsel they choose. The defendant can then work closely with the lawyer to choose the best possible scenario given an individual’s particular circumstances. David and I spoke about the influence cooperation can have on the eventual outcome of a case. For those who are convicted, David spoke about the importance of preparing for the presentence investigation, the sentencing hearing, and the journey through prison.
A lawyer like David has the knowledge and experience to help defendants understand all options ahead. That’s why we’re proud to introduce him to our listeners through the Earning Freedom podcast.
If you’re facing a criminal charge, take advantage of the invaluable guidance that David Rosenfield offered.
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