Marshall R. Sumrall, Attorney at Law
- 2007, University of Houston – B.S., Cum Laude
- 2010, South Texas College of Law – J.D., Pro Bono Honors
- Member – Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
- Member – Colorado Criminal Defense Bar Association
- Member – National College for DUI Defense
- Counsel for Friends of the San Juans – A non-profit organization promoting avalanche awareness in Southwest Colorado
- 2018, American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys – Awarded Ten Best Attorneys, Client Satisfaction
Marshall R. Sumrall was born in Houston, TX and grew up in the Houston area. Marshall’s interest in law began long before he attended law school. He has always been fascinated by the law and in his spare time he enjoys studying case law and strategies to apply in court. He has previously served as an investigator for the Montgomery County Public Defender’s Office, In Rockville, Maryland; a clerk of court for the Harris County Court in Houston, Texas; and as a public defender in both Cortez Municipal Court in Cortez, Colorado, and the Tribal Court in Towaoc, Colorado. He has trial experience in various fields of law including criminal, injury, civil disputes, divorce and custody, probate and estates, and protection orders. He currently operates a private practice in Southwest Colorado focusing primarily on criminal defense and personal injury law.
Marshall’s diverse background in law brings unique insight into cases and situations where different fields of law intersect. Marshall utilizes professional contacts and collaborates with specialists and experts to achieve the optimal results in a client’s case. He stays up to date on new developments in the law through membership in professional associations and yearly continuing legal education seminars.
When he is not advocating for his clients Marshall enjoys hiking, biking, and skiing the rugged landscape of Southwest Colorado.
Contact the Sumrall Law Office for compassionate representation you can trust.
“I believe that good attorney-client relationships begin with good communication. Attorneys often find it difficult to return every client’s call and lack of communication is the number one complaint people have about attorneys. When I agree to take a case I make time for my clients. When I agree to take your case you know that I will be available and accessible to you. I strive to educate my clients so that they understand all their options and can make the best decision for their circumstances. The welfare of my clients is always my highest priority. If you are searching for an attorney to evaluate your criminal defense or personal injury case call today or contact me online and inquire about your situation. I never charge a fee for the initial consultation.”
– Marshall R. Sumrall