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Mr. Todd H. Crawford, Jr. Esq.

Law Office Office of Todd H. Crawford, Jr., P.A.
1288 Roosevelt Trl., Ste. 3, P.O. Box 753
Raymond, Maine 04071
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Practice Areas
Criminal; Assault and Battery; Bribery; Burglary; Capital Offenses; Criminal Antitrust; Criminal Appeals; Criminal Defense; Criminal Fraud; Criminal Investigation; Criminal Prosecution; Drivers License Suspension; Driving While Intoxicated; DUI/DWI; Extortion; Extradition; Felonies; Forensic DNA; Forensic Science; Forgery; Hit and Run; Homicide; Juvenile Criminal Law; Juvenile Delinquency; Misdemeanors; Murder; Parole and Probation; Post-Conviction Remedies; Search and Seizure; Sex Crimes; Sexual Assault; Shoplifting; Stalking; Theft; Traffic Violations; Vehicular Homicide; Victims Rights; Weapons Charges; Alimony; Annulment; Child Abduction; Child Abuse and Neglect; Child Advocacy; Child Care; Child Custody; Child Custody Mediation; Child Dependency; Child Protection; Child Sexual Abuse; Child Support; Child Welfare; Childrens Rights; Community Property Law; Divorce; Divorce Mediation; Domestic Relations; Domestic Violence; Equitable Distribution; Family Mediation; Fathers Rights; Grandparents Visitation Rights; Grandparents Custody; Juvenile Dependency; Juvenile Law; Legal Separation; Marital Agreements; Marital Property Distribution; Marital Property Law; Marital Property Settlements; Military Divorce; Name Changes; No Fault Divorce; Non-Traditional Family Law; Parental Kidnapping; Parental Rights; Paternity; Post Divorce Modification; Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs); Restraining Orders; Spousal Support; Termination of Parental Rights; Uncontested Divorce; Third Party Custody; Visitation Rights; Business Associations Law; Business Development; Business Organization; Business Start-Ups; Sole Proprietorships; Small Business Law; Inheritance; Living Wills
University of Pittsburgh, B.A., 1992
Law School
Franklin Pierce Law Center, J.D., 1997
1st Circuit - District of Maine; 1998, Maine and U.S. District Court, District of Maine