Jeremy Rosenthal is a founding partner of Rosenthal & Wadas, PLLC and was previously a partner in the McKinney law firm Nolte, Drain & Rosenthal, PLLC. He is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Criminal Law.
Prior to founding Rosenthal & Wadas, Jeremy was an Assistant District Attorney in Collin County as the Chief Prosecutor for County Court at Law Two. Jeremy is an experienced attorney who has tried over 100 jury cases ranging from criminal defense, criminal prosecution and civil litigation. He has received Not Guilty verdicts at every level of State Court.
Jeremy is an active member within the legal community. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association and is the President of the McKinney Bar Association. He is member of the Texas State Bar College, Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association and is the editor for The Voice of Defense blog. He frequently lectures on criminal defense topics including handling criminal emergencies and trial advocacy. Jeremy is an avid blogger on collincountycriminallawyer.lawyer and has been featured by the State Bar of Texas on numerous occasions. Jeremy is a graduate of SMU Law School.
10.0 AVVO Rating,The National Top 100 Trial Lawyers
Voice for the Defense (Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association), The Five Most Difficult Types of Witnesses – and How to Shut them Down, 2014
Navigating a Criminal Law Emergency, Navigating a Criminal Law Emergency, 2013
HIS MEMBERSHIPS INCLUDE:
• Former President of McKinney Bar Association
• Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association Board of Directors
• Fellow of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Educational Institute
• Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer Association
• National College for DUI Defense
• National Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association
• Plano Bar Association
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; National College of DUI Defense; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Highland's North Home Owners Association; Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association; Plano Bar Association; Texas Association for Justice; Highland's North Home Owner's Association
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