Trial attorneys that get results for you.


Meet the Team

Alex Freeburg

My clients are good people. Whether they have been injured, or accused of a crime, I like who I represent. I am proud of what I am able to do for them. And I am proud of the results my team delivers. So for me, I like my work. I’ve always had a strong sense of fairness. When I was a kid, I liked to argue. I read books like it was my job. I’m stubborn. Naturally, I became a lawyer. When I graduated from the University of Washington law school, I wanted to try cases more than I wanted to make money. I became a prosecutor for a county in rural Washington. In 2 years, I tried 25 cases to a jury. While I loved the work I was doing on behalf of victims, I also realized that cops weren’t always right, that laws were not always fair, and that there was more to the law (and life) than prosecution. I moved to Wyoming and soon opened my practice. Here are some of the ways, I’ve made a difference for my clients.

Personal injury/Civil Litigation

  • Civil trial verdict of $230,00 for woman injured in a slip and fall. (February 2021).
  • A woman sexually assaulted by her property manager receives a life-changing confidential settlement.
  • A bicyclist struck by a negligent driver obtains a six figure policy limits settlement.
  • Victims of motor vehicle accidents receive significant settlements.
  • A disabled, low-income tenant in subsidized housing fights a discriminatory eviction and wins at trial.
  • A man sued for $470,000 takes the case to trial, where he wins completely (occasionally, I do defense work).
  • A grandmother who was attacked by a dog and suffered a broken pelvis gets fair compensation.

Criminal defense

  • Not guilty jury trial verdict in a Federal kidnapping case. (May 2021).
  • Not guilty jury trial verdict for a person charged with battery, assault, and property destruction. (Feb. 2020).
  • A person charged with resisting arrest wins at jury trial because the jury finds the police illegally tased him.
  • A person charged with DUI wins at jury trial because the alcohol test wasn’t credible (BAC allegedly .14)
  • A man accused of a misdemeanor wins at jury trial (second jury trial win for client in 2017)
  • A person charged with DUI gets the charges dropped because of police misconduct.
  • A person charged with DUI gets the case dismissed because of a flaw in the blood test.
  • A man accused of felony battery fights the charge and gets it dropped.
  • A woman accused of felony assault establishes self-defense and get the charge dropped.
  • A woman accused of felony intent to deliver drugs gets the charges reduced and deferred-she gets a second chance.

What else? I’m 38 years old, married, and have two children at home. The best cases are interesting. Give me a case that takes a little bit of creativity and hard work. Something with a righteous angle. If you have something that fits the bill, please get in touch.  

Ethan Morris

In October of 2019, Ethan finally had enough of the heat and humidity of Georgia. So he packed up his bags like the pioneers of old and embarked for promise and prosperity of the West. In all honesty, his departure wasn’t actually as fateful as it sounds. His wife had been working as an architect-in-training for a firm in Jackson since June. When he came for a visit over the summer he, like anyone with a pair of eyes and a pulse, fell in love with the wild of Wyoming. Although he enjoyed hiking and backpacking in the foothills of the Appalachians, he thought it was time for an upgrade. Before moving to Jackson, Ethan spent much of his life in and around the State of Georgia. He grew up in the rural town of Carrollton about an hour west of Atlanta, where he perfected his Southern accent. After high school, he traveled south to attend Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. Four memorable years later he left with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, a Bachelor of Science in Biology, a Minor in Chemistry, and a few good stories to tell.  Ethan spent the next fifteen months working in Cooper Landing, Alaska, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta, Georgia. After realizing that he didn’t know everything, he decided to enroll at the University of Georgia School of Law because, as we all know, lawyers know everything.  While in law school, Ethan made it a priority to focus on issues that affect the average person. His student note, which was published in the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, addressed the problem of coal ash, which is a cancerous byproduct of coal combustion, and the ineffective coal ash management scheme that has led to disastrous results across the country. Ethan also worked for the DeKalb County Public Defender’s Office, where he cut his teeth representing individuals charged with crimes in DeKalb County, and at the House Judiciary Committee of the Georgia General Assembly, where he became more familiar with the legislative process while tracking criminal justice reform efforts in Georgia.  Prior to working at Freeburg Law, Ethan primarily practiced civil litigation and has worked on a variety of cases. He has been involved in matters ranging from a class action lawsuit alleging violations of the Georgia RICO Act by an insurance company and real estate developer to an estate case involving allegations self-dealing and fraud against an executor of an estate with an ownership interest in one of the most highly valued office parks in Georgia. Ethan is licensed in Georgia and Wyoming.

Our Location

Located in Jackson, Wyoming, we represent clients throughout Wyoming and Eastern Idaho. Our office is at 235 East Broadway, Suite 103, Jackson, Wyoming 83001. Use the parking lot and park behind the building. The entrance is on the ground floor. We are the first door you see. If the receptionist is away from the desk, ring the bell or walk down the hallway. No unscheduled visits.

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