About Sandy Steeves
Former Assistant State’s Attorney, Sandy Steeves, grew up in Catonsville, Maryland and graduated from Catonsville High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina and returned home after college to attend law school at the University of Baltimore.
After law school, Sandy served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Mickey J. Norman on the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. This gave him valuable experience and the opportunity to participate in the most serious trials that involved criminal cases, personal injury and negligence actions, as well as all types of family law matters including divorce, child custody, child support and complex asset division cases.
Sandy’s valuable experience as a law clerk taught him that he wanted career to focus on being a zealous advocate for victims. After his judicial clerkship ended, Sandy worked as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore County where he prosecuted every type of case from DUI’s to first degree murder. Perhaps his most passionate work as a prosecutor took place when he was a member of the office’s domestic violence unit and worked tirelessly to fight for victims who often needed someone to help them garner the strength and courage to stand up for themselves.
After nearly six years as a prosecutor that included a substantial number of successful jury verdicts, Sandy left the State’s Attorney’s Office to begin a career in private practice. This endeavor allows him to continue to fight for clients in not just criminal, but also family law cases and civil cases. Sandy’s comprehensive trial experience and critical thinking yield successful results for clients. He knows how to take complex information and turn it into winning arguments in front of judges and juries. Sandy is not intimidated to go to battle with big insurance companies to fight for his clients to make sure that they are compensated when injured by someone else’s negligence. Sandy firmly believes that the fabric of our society is only as a strong as the opportunities and protections that we afford to our most vulnerable citizens. He worked to fight for justice for victims of crime as a prosecutor, and now he spends his career securing the same fair and just results for his clients.
Sandy lives in Catonsville, Maryland with his wife and daughter.