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Michael C. Tillotson

Michael C. Tillotson

Are you looking for an experienced attorney to defend your DUI case? Call on the law firm of Michael C. Tillotson to get the representation you deserve!

Attorney Michael C. Tillotson strongly believes that those accused of a DUI deserve an aggressive defense. He has faith in our constitution and fights to protect the rights given to us by our founding fathers. He frequently attends DUI seminars across the country.  In addition, he is a nationally certified breath test operator, and is NHTSA trained on field sobriety tests.

Graduating Summa Cum Laude with the Alpha Phi Sigma Award for graduating with the highest grade point average, Mr. Tillotson received his B.S. degree in Criminal Justice Studies in 1986. In 1990, he received his law degree from Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary.

Mr. Tillotson is a Lifetime Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers as well as a member of the National College for DUI Defense and the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Additionally, he has gained recognition by the National College for DUI Defense as a Criminal Defense Attorney dedicated to defending citizens accused of Driving Under the Influence (DUI).  He offers a free, no obligation consultation for those accused of DUI related offenses. He owns an Intoxilyzer 5000 machine and an Intoxilyzer S-D5 (a preliminary breath testing device).

Focusing solely on defending DUI cases, he is dedicated to defending your rights and fighting for your freedom. When you call for your initial consultation, Mr. Tillotson will explain how the legal system works and discuss your possible defenses – factual, technical, or legal. Call today to schedule your free consultation.

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