May 25, 2005

Profile: Attorney Scott Rosenblum


By Mike Bush

(KSDK) -- It's not often that you find Scott Rosenblum home for dinner. It's a rare moment when the defense rests. "Since the day I met him, he's always had a lot of ambition and drive," says his wife Georgeanne.

Rosenblum is usually in his Clayton law office. In fact, he's there seven days a week, sometimes 16 hours a day and he's handled some of the areas most high profile cases. ...

But Rosenblum has his detractors. His client, Bryan Kuchar
a priest, eventually was sentenced to 3 years in jail for sex abuse, but his first trial ended in a hung jury.

David Clohessy of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests or SNAP didn't like the way Rosenblum attacked Kuchar's accuser on the witness stand and it still makes him angry. "Not because he prevailed. You know, that happens in the court system. But because of the tactics that he used," says Clohessy.

Posted by kshaw at May 25, 2005 07:58 AM