Oilmont, Montana Domestic Violence Lawyers
Jill has spent over ten years representing people as a State and Federal Defender, where she has litigated everything from misdemeanor traffic offenses to a five-week triple homicide case.
Jill has earned the respect of her peers both in State courts and Federal courts and has won awards for her professionalism. Her work-ethic, matter-of-fact disposition, and trial advocacy skills are applied to every single case regardless of whether the case is a misdemeanor or a serious felony...
University of Montana School of Law
Adrienne is a Montana native and grew up in Butte and Great Falls. Before attending law school, Adrienne worked in the legal field for over twelve years. Her experience includes working as a paralegal for a family and criminal defense attorney for nine years. She also worked in various prosecutor’s offices and as a jail technician at the sheriff’s office.
Public interests is a passion for Adrienne. Before her admission to the Montana bar, Adrienne was actively involved in Montana...
Since then she has also worked with those needing help with family legal services and personal injury as well as criminal defense.
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