Firm News
March 20, 2013

Why Brain-Injured Defendants in Vermont Often Go Free

Robert Luce, attorney in charge of the Traumatic Brain Injury practice at Downs Rachlin Martin, visited a Middlebury courtroom last week with representatives of the Brain Injury Association of Vermont (BIAVT) to provide guidance and training to criminal justice professionals in Addison County on how to work most effectively with defendants with traumatic brain injury.

Luce was asked for assistance on this issue by Vermont Judge Helen Toor.

Luce is a trial lawyer who concentrates his practice on civil lawsuits involving brain and spinal-cord injuries and a founding board member of the Brain Injury Association of Vermont.


Read “Why Brain-Injured Defendants in Vermont Often Go Free.” 


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