I am Don Thomas, Attorney At Law. I have more than 25 years of experience working on both sides of the courtroom. Before opening my criminal defense practice, I worked as a Marshall County prosecutor and a district judge. Because I know both sides of the coin, I know how the criminal justice system works and what it takes to successfully defend my clients' rights in court.
Located in Benton, Kentucky, I am focused on providing thorough, aggressive criminal defense representation to clients throughout western Kentucky. I also help accident victims recover compensation for their injuries.
Don Thomas: A Criminal Defense Attorney Who Knows Both Sides Of The Coin
In my more than 25-year career, I have handled everything from petty theft to capital murder. The courtroom is like my second home. I know how to appeal to juries and build strong criminal defense arguments that keep my clients out of jail.
Over the years, I have developed strong working relationships with the local prosecutors, judges and other members of the legal community. Local prosecutors know I am serious about protecting my clients' rights.
I have a reputation as an aggressive litigator and I prepare every case as if trial were inevitable. Because local prosecutors know I am ready for a courtroom battle, they often come to the bargaining table with better plea deals.
Working Tirelessly For Your Rights
At my law office, clients are more than their case number. I make a point of providing personal attention and individualized service to every client. Clients know, when they turn to me, they are getting an attorney who cares about them and the outcome of their case.
I know legal matters aren't limited to nine-to-five; I am available for evening and weekend consultations. If you are suffering from an injury or are being detained in jail, I will make home, hospital and jail visits to ensure you get the legal help you need.
Contact me, Marshall County criminal defense lawyer Don Thomas, at 270-406-6171 or 866-289-0518. Initial consultations are free. If Don is unavailable, please ask to speak with paralegal Tiffany Carlson.