Evan Chadwick, Esq.
With a primary focus in Vermont DUI and Vermont traffic ticket cases, Attorney Chadwick has secured numerous acquittals and negotiated plea agreements to the satisfaction of his clients.
Born and raised in the tiny Vermont town of Rochester, Vermont, Attorney Chadwick graduated from Keene State College in 2007. After receiving his bachelors degree he went on to clerk for the law firm of Thomas Costello in Brattleboro, where he focused his studies on criminal and family law. During his clerkship, Attorney Chadwick began litigating traffic tickets after his third year. His first trial in 2012 resulted in an acquittal of a speeding ticket after trial.
After five years of clerking, Attorney Chadwick passed the Vermont bar exam and started his own practice.
Attorney Chadwick is one of the few Vermont attorneys who are certified by the National Highway Safety Association (NHTSA) as a practitioner in DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. This certification is the same training that all law enforcement officers are required to pass before they can make Vermont DUI arrests.
Robb Spensley, Esq.
Born and raised in Pittsford, Vermont, Robb graduated from Otter Valley Union High School in Brandon, Vermont in 1999. Robb then attended Clark University in Worcester, MA where he earned a BA in Communications. Following working for several years for City Year Boston, a National Service Organization, Robb attended Vermont Law School and graduated with his JD in 2009. As an attorney, Robb quickly earned a reputation for professionalism, determination, and success working with Prisoner’s Rights in Montpelier and then as a Staff Attorney with the Burlington Public Defender’s Office. Returning to Rutland County to raise a family in 2010, Robb began working as a Public Defender Staff Attorney in Rutland where he continued to practice Criminal Law, including felonies and life sentence cases, as well as DUI law. While working in Rutland, Vermont, Robb personally initiated and preserved several appeals which the Vermont Supreme Court decided in favor of his clients. During his time in Rutland, Vermont, Robb also won numerous jury trials, received many favorable lower court decisions, and argued hundreds of motions for his clients while acquiring valuable experience in areas such as negotiation, evidence, and preparation.