|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Lawyers||Seattle Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer||Seattle Law & Politics Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer||Seattle Law & Politics Magazine||2009|
|Super Lawyer||Seattle Law & Politics Magazine||2008|
|Top Criminal Defense Lawyer||N/A||2007|
|William O. Douglas Award||N/A||2007|
|Abolitionist Award||Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty||1997|
|Pro Bono Award||N/A||1990|
|Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy||University of Washington||2006 - Present|
|Partner||Allen, Hansen & Maybrown||1990 - Present|
|Law Clerk to Hon. Barbara J. Rothstein||United States District Court||1988 - 1990|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||N/A||1990 - Present|
|National Associatin of Criminal Defense Lawyers||N/A||1990 - Present|
|Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||President||2009 - 2010|
|Unknown||Personal Restraint Petitions||N/A|
|University of Michigan Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|Wesleyan University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1983|
|Death Penalty Training Program||WDPAC||2006|
|Death Penalty Training Program||Ethics||2005|
|Death Penalty Training Program||Death Penalty Practice||2001|
|Death Penalty Training||Death Penalty Practice||1999|
|Civil RIghts Litigation||First Amendment Cases||1998|
|Civil Rights Litigation||Civil Rights - Plaintiffs||1995|
|Annual Conference||Prosecutorial Misconduct||1994|
Posted by Ryan
Todd maybrown took my case in 2011 while I was in prison. He won my personal restraint petition may 6th of 2014.i was released from prison and my charges were over turned. He got me a new trial. October 14th of 2014 i won my trial and only took the jury 15 min to deliberate my case. Came back with the verdict of not guilty. After 6 years of fighting this. Todd maybrown did the impossible. He won my freedom and life back. This man truly believes in justice and his clients.
Posted by Hisham
On Thursday December 11, 2008, I received a criminal complaint against me. According to the court papers, the charge was a criminal offense; the alleged violation was an assault. I was shocked and strongly believed that there must be an error due to the fact I did not recall â€œknowinglyâ€ committing an offense against any being, let alone a human being. Initially, I did not know what to do. The second day I called a friend who is a attorney, his practice focuses on civil litigation and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on general commercial litigation, i.e. he was not a criminal defense attorney. After reading the court complaint letter, my friendâ€™s reaction was similar to mine. He said this is very bizarre; situation and proceeded to call the City prosecutor to find out what the complaint was really about. He did his best with no success. With a court date set for December 23rd that I was not able to attend, my friend was kind enough to represent me and request discovery materials, so hopefully we could understand what was going on.
Knowing the complaint was absolutely false; I took it very seriously and started the search for a knowledgeable top-notch criminal defense attorney. I received Toddâ€™s name as a recommendation and contacted him. He quickly returned my phone call. We sat together the second day after my call and Todd began efforts on my behalf. The day I met Todd, he told me, the accuser may bring two more individuals to the hearing and clearly explained what we were going to do. I told Todd I was looking for an excellent attorney. I was upset and disappointed at the possibility I may be found guilty of something I did not do. I was in great distress at having the burden on me to prove my innocence.
What appeared to be a minor case in my opinion, I understood, could have major consequences on my life if the matter was not properly handled. My accuser managed to find two â€œprofessionalâ€ witnesses, i.e. two liars like him, to support his absolute false claim. Todd, through professionalism, excellent investigation and due diligence in gathering information perfected the case for a win on my behalf during cross examination. Needless to say, I was highly impressed with Toddâ€™s performance. He did a great job. The judge was disgusted with the prosecutorâ€™s office because of the way Todd demonstrated excellence in presenting the matters.
Todd took time to understand every aspect of my case and used his knowledge and experience to my advantage. Todd is an attorney with integrity that can be trusted and relied on. He is an attorney who is thoughtful, thorough, and knowledgeable. Todd is a staunch advocate for his client.
I would recommend Todd for anyone who had a criminal case. Todd is very easy to work and talk with. He instills a real sense of confidence in his client that everything will be ok. He has ethics which is shown through his demeanor and work. He is an attorney who combines expertise with compassion in a professional manner. He made me feel that I was more than just his client- he made me feel as someone he genuinely cared about.
I highly recommend Todd Maybrown. His dedication to clients along with his knowledge of the law is unparalleled. I have the highest regard for him as an attorney as well as give him my highest and unequivocal endorsement. I was proud to have Todd represent me as my attorney and very pleased with the outcome of my case. Toddâ€™s excellent legal skills, tireless efforts and unwavering belief in my innocence are what made the difference in my case.
In conclusion, it was a relief to know Todd was on my side and I was in very good, trustworthy and capable hands which is why I endorse Todd Maybrown and his law firm without hesitation. I can candidly like Todd Maybrown is an asset and does honor to the legal profession
Posted by anonymous
When the Prosecutors Office charged me with nineteen felonies it was dark. Breathing was hard enough. The last thing I needed to worry about was whether my attorney was up to the task. Todd has a brain and it works. But better yet he has a heart. Somehow in all the legal craziness he manages to take thousands of pages of evidence, move past all the egos and boil it down to a few simple ideas – constantly questioning assumptions, allowing the truth to unfold. I couldn’t have made it without him.
Mindy Carr, Family Attorney
Todd is an amazing attorney, and I would recommend him to anyone facing serious criminal charges. I had the pleasure of learning from him during a Trial Advocacy program he taught at the University of Washington Law School. I also got to see him cross-examine a snitch in a very complex murder trial in federal court. He did such a great job that the jury later said they didn't believe a word the snitch said, and they were disgusted with the federal prosecutor for basing its case in part on someone so untrustworthy. Needless to say, I was highly impressed.