Meet the Team
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.
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.
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.
- 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.
Qualifications and Credentials
- University of Washington School of Law, J.D., Order of the Barristers, 2010
- Macalester College, B.A. Economics, Honors, 2005
- Secretary/Treasurer – Teton County Bar Association, 2015
- Vice President – Teton County Bar Association, 2016
- President – Teton County Bar Association, 2017
- Board member, Secretary – Teton Youth and Family Services, 2015-present
- Member, Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, 2017-present
- Board member, Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, 2021-
- Member, Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, Graduate, Central Wyoming College Start-Up Institute, 2014
- Award for service to victims of crime, Grant County Victim Services, 2012