William Routsis

Nevada Attorney Specializing in Criminal Defense

A seasoned attorney licensed and serving Nevada and California, William Routsis studied at the University of Nevada in Reno. While completing his undergraduate program in criminal justice with a minor in philosophy, he was a member of the university’s boxing team. He achieved two national collegiate championship titles before graduating with his bachelor’s degree. Subsequently, William Routsis was accepted into the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California, where he earned a juris doctor with a concentration in constitutional law.

Today, Mr. Routsis practices criminal defense law out of Reno Nevada. William Routsis's trial experience in both California and Nevada extends to National cases, homicide cases, as well as simple misdemeanors. His trial successes in Homicide cases may be unparalleled in this country; he has had 8 homicide trials without one conviction and all his clients were set free. Please review the testimonials and newspaper articles on line regarding William Routsis. Presently William Routsis is assisting clients at his self-titled practice, he possesses experience defending cases related to elderly abuse, domestic violence, drug crimes, DUI, and homicide. Again William Routsis has handled eight homicide cases that resulted in no convictions which is simply mind boggling for those who practice in the legal community.

One of the more interesting cases was the Rodney John Sency case, which concluded with a verdict of not guilty for manslaughter by a jury after a long trial. Mr. Routsis worked on the case for five years and successfully proved to jurors that his client acted in self-defense. Mr. Sency had to defend his life upon a mountain in Northern California. However, Mr. Sency in a panic after a life and death struggle drove the body of the deceased over a mountain near Lake Tahoe and cleaned up the crime scene without calling the police. Mr. Routsis entered the case before the police were aware of what occurred. After years of Motion work and finding witnesses regarding the violent character of the deceased (scattered throughout the country) William Routsis went to trial in Placerville, California. A jury of twelve found Mr. Sency not guilty of Manslaughter in a grueling one month trial.