Maggie K. Vincent

Being charged with a crime, injured in an accident, or involved in a family dissolution are among the most stressful events that can occur in a person’s life.  In those situations, a person needs a lawyer they can rely on. Maggie Vincent’s clients know they can depend on her tenacious support in demanding circumstances.  They know she will listen to them, advocate for them, and help them navigate the unfamiliar waters of the legal system to a successful conclusion. 

With nearly two decades’ experience in a busy criminal defense practice, Maggie is a highly skilled negotiator.  When negotiation does not achieve her clients’ goals, however, they know that they will be well-served by her in trial, where her preparedness and confidence assist her to achieve excellent results.

Twenty years ago, Maggie relocated her family from Seattle to Vermont so that she could attend Vermont Law School.  While there, she was a member of the Vermont Law Review, 1994-1996, and published “Mandatory Mediation of Custody Disputes: Criticism, Legislation, and Support" in the Vermont Law Review, Volume 20 (1995).

By the time Maggie graduated, her husband, David Roller, was happily employed as an elementary school teacher and the kids had strong opinions about where “home” was, so here they remained.  Maggie and David continue to live in their antique cape on the river in South Royalton, where they enjoy gardening, swimming, kayaking, and walking through the woods with their dog Nellie.

Education:

  • University of Washington, B.A., 1986
  • Vermont Law School, J.D., 1996

Bar Admissions:

  • All Vermont State Courts
  • U.S. District Court for the State of Vermont
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Memberships and Affiliations:

  • Vermont Association for Justice
  • Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Vermont Bar Association
  • The National Trial Lawyers-Top 100 Trial Lawyers