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The law firm of McEnroe, Gotsdiner, Brewer, Steinbach & Rothman P.C. can be traced to the forming of its predecessor firm in downtown Des Moines, Iowa in 1988.   Since that time the firm has grown in size and moved in October of 1998 to its current offices in West Des Moines, Iowa.

 

The firm engages in the general practice of law.  All of the attorneys in our firm are licensed to practice law in the State of Iowa.  Additionally, various attorneys in our firm are licensed to practice in Illinois, Texas, U.S. District Courts in the Northern District of Iowa, Southern District of Iowa, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

 

Our law firm has a strong commitment to professional excellence and to addressing the needs of our clients.   We constantly endeavor to provide our clients with quality representation in the areas of law in which we practice.

 

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The Attorneys of McEnroe, Gotsdiner, Brewer, Steinbach & Rothman P.C. can be reached at (515) 267-9000.


Recent News

4-17-19: Daniel Rothman’s OWI client tested above the legal limit on the state’s official breath test but he still wanted to have a jury trial. Daniel Rothman argued the matter in Madison county over a 2 day jury trial where the jury could not find the client guilty of OWI, under a driving while impaired or the per se test being above .08. The Jury was split 6-6 and the Court had no choice but to declare a mistrial. It is up to the state to try the matter again or let it go within 90 days.

 

1-28-19: Daniel Rothman represented a client who was charged with a class B forceable felony burglary and assault, which would have led to a 25 year prison sentence. Over a period of 10 months we used depositions to show the flaws in the state’s case including showing that the alleged victim lied under oath. Finally, the state agreed to dismiss all charges.

 

1-10-19: Daniel Rothman’s client was alleged to have committed several charges for dealing drugs. After working on the case for several months, the client’s case was dismissed even though a co-defendant was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison.

 

12-11-18: A Dallas County Judge ruled that the motion to suppress evidence argued by Daniel Rothman was correct. The Judge held that the officer violated the Defendant’s rights under Iowa Code section 321J.11 The client’s driving privileges will also be restored and the fact that the client was even charged with the OWI will be expunged from the public record.

 

12-7-18: An administrative law judge held that the Daniel Rothman’s client had his rights, under Iowa Code Section 804.20, violated and ordered the IDOT to reinstate the client’s driving privileges.

 

10-18-18: Daniel Rothman showed the state prosecutor that the client’s charges had no merit. The prosecutor indicated to the court that the case must be dismissed. The client’s driving privileges will also be restored and the fact that the client was even charged with the OWI will be expunged from the public record.

 

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Recent Blog Posts

School Bus Passing Laws
October 12 2018
The school year is in full swing again, which means many of our commutes involve encounters with school buses shuttling children between home, school, or other activities.

Child Support and Changes in Custodial Care
August 06 2018
Our office fields many calls regarding child support. Everything from beginning to end. My least favorite calls are the parent who took in their child when the custodial parent was unable or unwilling to do so...