DWI Defense | Internet Crimes | Consumer Protection
As an experienced criminal defense attorney, I believe strongly in the civil and constitutional rights of individuals and the importance of helping people exercise those rights. I have practiced law in Maryland and the District of Columbia since 1999.
The primary focus of my practice, the Law Office of Michael S. Rothman, located in Rockville, Maryland, is on DWI/DUI defense, Internet and cybercrimes, and consumer protection. I am a leader in the relatively new field of Internet law.
In all my practice areas, I take a client-centered approach. I intentionally limit the size of my practice in order to provide the personal service, attention to detail, legal guidance, and skillful representation my clients demand and deserve.
To learn more about my practice and professional background, please follow the link below. Or contact my Washington, D.C.-area law firm by e-mail or phone.
Mike Rothman Biography
Mike Rothman is a trial attorney with his office located in Rockville, Maryland. Mike has appeared thousands of times on behalf of clients in federal and state courts in Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has taken his clients cases to jury verdicts across the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. For the second year in a row, Mike was selected by his peers for inclusion in Superlawyers Magazine in both Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Mike grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland, where he graduated from Winston Churchill High School. He attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia for undergraduate studies; received his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from The George Washington University’s School of Business and Public Management; and graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law where he graduated with honors.
Prior to founding his firm in July 2002, Mike spent three years at a large law firm in Washington, DC, where he worked on cases pending before federal and state courts. In addition, he also served as a law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland and for the Department of Justice’s Office of Consumer Litigation.
Mike is the author of “It’s a Small World After All: Personal Jurisdiction, the Internet and the Global Marketplace,” published in the Maryland Journal of International Law and Trade, Volume 23, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1999. He also taught local seminars for attorney groups and bar associations regarding the Internet and its unique evidentiary concerns.
He is a member of the bar in the federal and state courts of Maryland and the District of Columbia, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.