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Why People Hire Jeremy Rosenthal
In a world increasingly full of fearmongers, Jeremy Rosenthal stands out as a “hopemonger”. He knows how it feels to lose sleep before a visit to the doctor, or that sweaty-palms, knots-in-the-stomach feeling of being in the principal’s office. In the most frightening moments of an individual’s life is when Jeremey Rosenthal is at his best. Jeremy walks into chaos and brings calm. He stands beside his clients, and draws upon a storied track record of meticulous case preparation and courtroom performance which is second to none. No defendant could find a greater advocate in their fight for freedom and justice.
Clients who’ve experienced other attorneys are stunned by Jeremy’s passionate advocacy. He believes deeply in every case he handles. And while the picture of courteous professionalism in the office, Jeremy becomes a relentless fighter in the courtroom. He does not give up. Jeremy has no tolerance for high-minded injustice which so often accompanies criminal charges. He became a lawyer precisely because he loves fighting for people who are outnumbered.
Jeremy was a Collin County Prosecutor Prior to founding Rosenthal Kalabus & Therrian. He has tried over 200 jury cases – virtually all criminal. He has received Not Guilty verdicts at every level of State Court from first-degree felonies to serious misdemeanors.
Jeremy was selected to the Texas Super Lawyers list in 2019 – 2022. This recognition is given to less than 5% of the attorneys in the state. He has been board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of legal specialization since 2014, a distinction held by less than 1% of Texas Lawyers. He is 2021 Inductee of the Curt Henderson American Inn of Court for Collin County.
He served on the Board of Directors for Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association (“TCDLA”), he was two time president of McKinney Bar Association, and is the current chairman of Collin County Bar Association’s Criminal Law Section. Jeremy is also a member of the Texas State Bar College. Jeremy is currently the assistant editor for the Voice for the Defense publication.
Jeremy 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.
His memberships include:
- Texas Super Lawyer, 2019 – 2022
- McKinney Bar Association (President)
- TCDLA (Board Member – Committee Chair)
- Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Educational Institute (Super-Fellow)
- Inductee of the Curt Henderson American Inn of Court for Collin County (2021)
- Collin County Bar Association Trial College (Instructor)
- Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer Association (Past Board Member)
- Plano Bar Association