Jamie Resch is the founder of Resch Law, PLLC d/b/a Conviction Solutions. Before attending law school at Northern Illinois University in 1996, Mr. Resch worked as a non-sworn officer for the Oshkosh Police Department and received a B.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. Following law school, Mr. Resch moved to Las Vegas, where he passed the bar exam in 1999. After working at various civil litigation law firms, in 2005 Mr. Resch became a deputy attorney general at the Nevada Office of the Attorney General in the Special Prosecutions Division. In the ten years that followed, Mr. Resch handled all manner of complicated criminal prosecution and criminal appeal cases, including work on several death penalty cases. Mr. Resch was quickly promoted to Senior Deputy Attorney General, and in 2014 served as Chief Deputy Attorney General of the Special Prosecutions Division. As part of that position, Mr. Resch also served as head of the Attorney General’s Public Integrity Unit, where he oversaw complex criminal prosecutions involving charges against state employees and public officials involving charges such as perjury, wiretapping, and fraud.
Mr. Resch has successfully presented criminal post-conviction and appellate matters to the Nevada Supreme Court, United States District Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and even the United States Supreme Court. He has presented oral argument to the Ninth Circuit on several occasions and written thousands of pages of briefing in various criminal appeals. In addition, Mr. Resch is an experienced trial attorney and prosecutor, as he has successfully handled criminal cases throughout the State of Nevada which involved everything from trespassing all the way through sexual offenses and murder. Many of his cases involved state employees or public officials, which thereby featured many unique and sensitive aspects.
Mr. Resch has had a lifelong devotion to our criminal justice system and is ready to find solutions to whatever issues you or a loved one may be facing.