Mitchell A. Wrosch
Associate - Los Angeles
Mitchell Wrosch is an associate attorney at Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP, who represents officers and prison administrators in civil rights litigation.
Mitchell has worked on a wide-range of cases involving constitutional and state law claims, including Eighth Amendment cruel and unusual punishment, deliberate indifference to safety, deliberate indifference to medical needs, and Fourteenth Amendment equal protection and due process matters. Additionally, Mitchell has substantial experience defending First Amendment free exercise and establishment clause issues, as well as claims brought under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (“RLUIPA”).
Mitchell has worked on cases for the Department of Corrections and other law enforcement agencies such as the Hemet Police Department and Prison Industry Authority. Mitchell has conducted discovery, prepared motions for summary judgment, deposed numerous individuals, and has made frequent court appearances on behalf of officers. Mitchell has co-chaired two federal jury trials involving section 1983 claims, and obtained defense verdicts in both cases.