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Attorney Profile: Elizabeth Toole
When I first began practicing law, I was fortunate to work with a firm that had a tremendous variety of cases which provided me the opportunity to try a range of different areas of the law, including a large number of family, criminal defense and personal injury cases. I later chose to focus on criminal and family law because I found most satisfying the cases in which I could help people have closure and relief when they were in very personal stressful situations. To this end, I became a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and strengthened my knowledge of both misdemeanor and felony cases.
I then joined with Cynthia Hogan, and returned to family law and criminal defense. While in private practice, I also was a public defender in Allen County, Indiana, defending hundreds of misdemeanor cases. Although I enjoyed serving the community in this capacity and believe that all individuals should have high-quality legal representation regardless of income, I resigned from that position because I wanted to be able to devote more time to my private clients.
In March 2016, I opened my own law office under Toole Law Offices, PC. Although I still occasionally handle other types of cases, my focus remains on criminal and family law. I have helped people through all sorts of family issues: divorce, custody and parenting time, support, and a whole variety of situations that are unique to each family. I work to help my criminal clients have a fair resolution, whether it be by plea or by trial. I strive every day to earn the trust and confidence my clients have placed in me. I chose the path to help others through difficult times, and that has made all the difference.
- Indiana, 2003
- Connecticut, 1995
- Massachusetts, 1994
- U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 1995
- U.S. District Court District of Connecticut, 1997
NEW ENGLAND LAW, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
- Law Review: New England Journal on Civil and Criminal Confinement, Managing Literary Editor, 1993 - 1994
- Law Review: New England Journal on Civil and Criminal Confinement, Associate Member , 1992 - 1993
HAVERFORD COLLEGE, HAVERFORD, PENNSYLVANIA
- Major: English
Non-Continuous Custody and the Miranda-Edwards Rule: Break in Custody Severs Safeguards, Elizabeth E. Levy; New Eng J. on Crim & Civ Confinement 243, 539, 20:2, 1994
Past Employment Positions
- Levy, Leff & Toole, Attorney, 1995 - 2003
- Allen County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, 2003 - 2006
- Hogan & Toole, LLP, Partner, 2008 - 2016
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