Stephen R. Kahn

Of Counsel, Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners

Attorney Stephen R. Kahn brings more than 40 years of experience and a long list of successful cases to our team here at Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners. Attorney Kahn has tackled numerous complex and serious criminal cases across a wide range of different criminal charges.

Attorney Kahn received his undergraduate degree from the University of California Los Angeles, and then completed his J.D. at Loyola University School of Law. After graduation, he served under one of the most prestigious attorneys in Los Angeles before partnering at several boutique law firms and then eventually opening a solo practice in 1989. Today, he is Of Counsel to Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners where his invaluable experience and knowledge can continue to provide our clients with effective, hard-hitting criminal defense counsel.

Attorney Kahn has tried cases on both the state and federal level, and has learned that one of the keys to success is to move quickly and decisively on behalf of his clients. Attorney Kahn works to humanize his clients and tell their stories to those who will decide their fate in order to try and achieve a favorable plea deal or have the case dismissed before it ever reaches trial. If a successful outcome can’t be achieved before trial, he’s not afraid to stand up for his client throughout the process, utilizing an effective and aggressive strategy that relies on timing and negotiation.

When not in the courtroom, Attorney Kahn is a member of the Inns of Court, which is a highly-prestigious legal organization that’s comprised of legal professionals including judges, academics, and other peer attorneys who uphold a high standard of ethics and professionalism.

Bar Admissions:

  • United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
  • U.S. District Courts of: California, Connecticut, Alaska, Minnesota, Nevada, Wisconsin (Eastern District), Texas (Southern District), Virginia (Eastern District), Oklahoma (Northern District), New York (Eastern District)

Notable Case Results:

  • Floyd Eddings case: Not guilty on seven different sex crime charges (acquitted on all charges)
  • Burning Man sexual harassment: Not guilty (acquitted of all charges)
  • Attempted murder in San Fernando: Not guilty
  • Gang member murder in Compton: Case dismissed
  • Methamphetamine drug sale: Case dismissed by hung jury
  • Restaurant owner first-degree murder of a patron: Not guilty