Matt Dodd

Matt Dodd

2020 Charlotte Street, Suite 12
Bozeman, MT 59718

Phone: 406-577-2145

Website: http://www.doddlawfirmpc.com

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About Matt Dodd

Matt Dodd comes from a family of lawyers and has been in the courtroom as long as he can remember. After attending school at the University of Utah and clerking for Utah Supreme Court Justice Jill Parrish, Mr. Dodd moved to southwest Montana where he opened offices in Bozeman and Big Sky. In addition to managing a growing trial practice, Mr. Dodd travels nationwide to lecture and teach trial skills to other lawyers in the area of criminal defense and DUI. He has authored articles on trial tactics in family, civil, and criminal cases and most recently, co-authored the book, Cross-Examination for Depositions, with his father, Roger Dodd.


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