Sandy defends individuals and corporations in white collar investigations and prosecutions. He also represents taxpayers in civil and criminal tax matters.
Sandy has experience in both the public and private sectors. From 1991 to 1994, he served as assistant public defender in the City of St. Louis, where he gained valuable experience as first chair in numerous jury and bench trials. From 1988 to 1991, and from 1994 through the present, he has worked in private law firms. Sandy was one of the founders of Capes Sokol in 2001.
Sandy co-teaches the tax fraud prosecutions course in the graduate tax program as an adjunct faculty member at the Washington University School of Law. He has also been an adjunct lecturer of business law at Washington University’s Olin School of Business.
Sandy has assisted, on a pro bono basis, the Labadie Environmental Organization, serving as a consultant in trial and appellate court litigation that opposed a coal ash landfill in Labadie, Missouri.
He serves on the Board of Directors of Life for Life Academy and is a past coach of the Lafayette High School Mock Trial Team.