Timothy M. Olmstead
Mr. Olmstead is a former Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Prince William County. As a former prosecutor, he brings to the firm a wealth of knowledge and experience from one of the most respected Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Offices in the Commonwealth.
Tim earned his B.S. degree in Law Enforcement from George Mason University in 1994 and a B.A. in Government & Politics in 1996. He later went on to law school and earned his Juris Doctorate degree at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan.
His experiences lend to this firm his exceptional ability to assess criminal cases for trial, understanding the procedural and technical aspects of criminal law. As a defense attorney and prosecutor, his trial experiences have ranged from violent crimes, such as, murders, rapes, robberies, drug and sex crimes to numerous misdemeanors, including drug, alcohol, and traffic offenses.
Mr. Olmstead is a former adjunct professor of Criminal Law I & II and Criminal Law Evidence & Procedure at the Northern Virginia Community College. He has also lectured for the Virginia Polygraph Association and for the correction officers at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center. Mr. Olmstead has been a member of Drug Court in the Prince William County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar, Prince William County Bar Association, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and former member of the Virginia Homicide Investigators Association.
Mr. Olmstead’s practice areas include traffic, misdemeanor and criminal felony defense. In addition to his criminal practice, Mr. Olmstead litigates personal injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice suits.
Please feel free to email Mr. Olmstead for assistance with your legal matter: email@example.com