If you’ve found yourself in trouble, Peterson Legal PLLC can help you resolve your issue. The court system and financial system can be complex, but attorneys from Peterson Legal will explain the process in layman’s terms. Unlike many lawyers, Peterson Legal’s attorneys don’t judge their clients – they understand the consequences of poor credit history, debt collectors, etc. The result is compassionate representation and counsel. Peterson Legal has the experience and knowledge to help you navigate these complexities and the law.
As a family law attorney, Ryan Peterson is passionate about helping clients reach their legal goals. Originally from Colorado, Peterson graduated from Colorado State University in 2005 and moved to St. Louis, Missouri, to attend law school. He graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law in May 2008 and was sworn in as a member of the Colorado Bar in October of the same year. His experience includes working as a risk manager for a large hospital and as a litigation attorney at another Minnesota law firm.
Before joining Ryan Peterson Legal, Ryan worked as a debt collector. Peterson grew up in the Cache Valley area and had four children. He enjoys spending time with his family and attending sporting events. The firm is dedicated to providing clients with a fair and equitable solution to their debt and credit problems. It is important to remember that a professional attorney should be able to explain the legal process and how it works to the client.
Don A. Peterson
Don A. Peterson is an accomplished attorney with a proven record of success in the practice of business law, litigation management, and regulatory compliance. Don’s experience also includes representing Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, and high-profile executives. He approaches every case with a sense of urgency and applies his business background to analyze the issues in a manner that yields the greatest return. Ultimately, this results in a favorable outcome for his clients.
Don A. Peterson has extensive management and corporate experience. He was Senior Associate General Counsel and Section Head of Walmart’s merchandising and marketing legal department. In this role, he recruited, managed, and evaluated five attorneys. He also participated in over 100 serious case reviews. He is well-versed in the business world and understands the complexities accompanying a dispute. Don’s business acumen is unmatched in his legal practice.
William B. Peterson
Mr. Peterson has experience in both private practice and federal law enforcement. His career began as a prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C., prosecuting domestic violence cases. He later joined the Department of Justice’s Environmental and Natural Resources Division. After that, he worked in federal courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. During his tenure as an attorney, Judge Peterson led a team of prosecutors investigating the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, leading to corporate guilty pleas and billions of dollars in cleanup and restoration of the Gulf Coast ecosystem.
The defense team argued that the Crazy Billy alias was not a valid defense for the defendants because it is merely a trading name, not an individual. The handle was intended to emphasize that the company sold low-priced goods. Peterson further argued that the alias was a marketing device used in questions to witnesses by the Assistant United States Attorney. Finally, the defense argued that Peterson’s use of a trading name is prejudicial.
A criminal defense attorney, Jessica Peterson, is licensed to practice law in New York. She attended the MAURICE A. DEANE SCHOOL OF LAW at HOFSTRA. Jessica Peterson is admitted to practice law by the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department. Jessica is passionate about helping people and knows that the best defense begins with fighting the charges head-on. Additionally, she believes that the best outcomes come from focusing on every detail of the pretrial phase.
Before joining the firm, Jessica worked as a law clerk for the ACLU of Nevada. She taught formerly incarcerated people how to regain their rights and vote. She worked on an impact litigation lawsuit for low-income, rural Nevada clients. Jessica enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with her family. She is a member of the NUL Young Professionals chapter in Las Vegas and the board of directors for Young People For (YP4), a national social justice incubator for college-aged people.