With over 20 years of experience representing individuals in difficult cases, as well as staying abreast of the latest developments, Todd Ver Weire of the Law Office of W. Todd Ver Weire is able to provide you with a vigorous defense. Experience trying both felony and misdemeanor cases provides the requisite experience to understand how a jury will perceive your case, and to recommend a proper course of action.
From Todd’s first job working as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Benton County Arkansas where he handled a variety of misdemeanor and felony cases, a term as the City Attorney for Farmington, Arkansas where he handled hundreds of misdemeanors, including DWI, and Domestic Assault cases, to representing individuals charged with both felonies and misdemeanors in Williamson County, he understands the complexities involved when facing criminal charges.
Taking the time to fully explain both the jail sentence and fines that one faces because of the charges, as well as these collateral consequences ensures that you have all of the necessary information to make an informed decision about your case. Sometimes, the impact of the collateral consequences can cause a greater hardship then any fine or jail sentence.
In addition to relying upon his experience, Todd also spends time keeping on top of the latest developments in both the law that impact your case, such as illegal stops, improper searches and seizures, profiling by law enforcement, through attendance at seminars, reviewing the latest articles, and participating in industry related organizations such as the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and Williamson County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.