Ken Rosenfeld ensures that the petition against sexually violent predators against the customer is rejected

If the State of California determined that he was a sexually violent predator, Mr. Wohlenberg could face life imprisonment in a state hospital facility. Following the intervention of California criminal law and mental health attorney Ken Rosenfeld of The Rosenfeld Law Firm, the petition against Mr. Wohlenberg was dismissed.

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA., December 31, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Rosenfeld law firm announced today that a motion for a client’s civil conviction as a sexually violent predator (SVP) has been dismissed by the Superior Court of Justice Sacramento (Case # 98673) as a result of the efforts of California Criminal Law and Mental Health Attorney Ken Rosenfeld.

Under California Sexual Offenses Act, Social Code § 6601 et seq., Mr Wohlenberg was requested to become an SVP under civil law. According to WIC Section 6604, a person designated as an SVP is to be detained in the State Department of State Hospitals for an indefinite period of time and treated as a sex offender in a secure facility.

Rosenfeld said his client was relieved to be able to bypass the SVP appointment and reintegrate into the community.

“Thanks to the efforts of our law firm, Mr. Wohlenberg is a free man,” said Rosenfeld. “He looks forward to starting the next part of his life.”

About the Rosenfeld law firm
With offices in Sacramento and San Jose, Rosenfeld law firm offers aggressive defense in a wide variety of high profile criminal defense cases. California Criminal defense attorney Ken Rosenfeld also defends and offers cases such as first degree murder and sexual offense cases DUI defense. In addition to Mental health criminal defense, The Rosenfeld law firm also practices Federal criminal defense and youth defense as well as the right of appeal and the penal system. As an experienced criminal law commentator, Rosenfeld appears regularly on KTXL TV and FOX40’s Ask An Attorney. Rosenfeld was named Litigator of the Year 2020 by the American Institute of Trial Lawyers. For more information, please contact Ken Rosenfeld directly at (916) 447-2070, or visit

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Media contact

Kenneth Rosenfeld, The Rosenfeld Law Firm, (916) 447-2070, [email protected]

Bernard Hinlo, The Rosenfeld Law Firm, (408) 858-3100, [email protected]


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