Daniel J. Rothman
Daniel J. Rothman has been practicing criminal law since his admission to the bar in 2002. He is a former prosecutor of 7 years having worked in the Story County Attorney's office and as the senior member of the OWI Division of the Polk County Attorney’s Office until March of 2009. During his time as an OWI prosecutor, Mr. Rothman was an instructor for the Prosecutors Training Council’s Annual Officer’s training school on OWI law and a presenter for the Central Iowa Traffic Safety Task Force’s annual training regarding OWI law. Mr. Rothman was invited to teach other attorneys in Des Moines how to handle OWI cases in 2011 by the Law Review CLE Group. He prosecuted many types of cases from OWI cases to major felony cases including burglary, sex assault, narcotic offenses, and white collar crimes. He also is a graduate of the Trial Advocacy program at the National District Attorney’s Association’s National Advocacy Center at the University of South Carolina. As a defense attorney Mr. Rothman has represented clients in a wide variety of cases from petty crimes to murder. He has also taken his clients arguments to the Iowa Supreme Court and Court of Appeals where he obtained victories for his clients on such issues as illegal searches for narcotics and violations of client’s rights to attorney consultation.
He received his law Degree and his Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric from Drake University. While at Drake Law School Mr. Rothman excelled in mock trial, where he defeated Harvard Law School to win the ATLA North Eastern Regional mock trial tournament in Boston Massachusetts. He currently practices law in Iowa District and Appellate Courts statewide. Mr. Rothman represents clients against charges in Des Moines as well as throughout Iowa. You can learn more about Daniel’s OWI / DUI services by visiting his OWI specific website at www.owidesmoines.com. Daniel also proudly serves his community as a board member for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Iowa.
William Brewer has practiced criminal law since his admission to the state bar in 1982. Mr. Brewer is admitted to the Bar in Iowa, both the Federal Iowa Districts, the Eighth Circuit Federal Appellate Court and in the State of Illinois. Mr. Brewer maintains memberships in the Polk County Bar Association, the Iowa Bar Association, as well as the American Bar Association. He is also a member of the Iowa Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Iowa Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice formerly known as the American Trial Lawyer’s Association. Mr. Brewer served as a prosecutor in Des Moines County Iowa.
Frank Steinbach III
Frank Steinbach III has been in the practice of law for over 25 years. He is licensed in all jurisdictions in Iowa, including the Iowa Court of Appeals and the Iowa Supreme Court. He has handled numerous cases both in state criminal court and in Federal court. He is licensed to practice in the Federal Courts of the Southern District of Iowa, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the Polk County, Dallas County and Iowa State Bar Associations. He is on the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) panel of attorneys for the Southern District and 8th Circuit Court of Appeals and the Iowa Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Nicholas A. Carda
Nicholas A. Carda has represented clients in a wide array of civil, criminal and administrative law since 2010. Nick is a general practice attorney that focuses on the areas of OWI’s, Criminal Defense, Landlord-Tenant Disputes, Civil Litigation and Personal Injury. He has successfully tried both civil and criminal jury trials and has appealed several civil and criminal matters. The Court of Appeals found his arguments to be persuasive and held that nearly $400,000 should be returned to an estate by the son of the deceased who Nick argued had exerted undue influence on his mother during her lifetime. He has also fought for his clients’ rights at the trial court level and on appeal regarding such areas as 4th Amendment search and seizure law and the measure of damages regarding inverse condemnation claims against governmental entities.