Mr. Breuer joined the firm in 2012.
Before joining the firm Mr. Breuer was a legal intern for the Montana Office of Public Defenders. Working for the Public Defender′s office Mr. Breuer prepared writs of habeas corpus for inmates improperly ruled to be competent to stand trial. Mr. Breuer also worked to mitigate or overturn sentences of current inmates by preparing and filing motions and arguing before the Montana Sentence Review Commission. Mr. Breuer has also spent time with the Jefferson County Attorney′s Office. While working with the County Attorney′s Office, he prosecuted misdemeanors ranging from assault to driving under the influence. Mr. Breuer also worked on felony trials as a second chair. His work with the County Attorney′s Office also included drafting search warrants, discovery materials, and trial motions. While in law school Mr. Breuer focused on Indian Law through both classroom materials and membership in the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA).
Tribal Affiliation: Member, Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota.
PRACTICE AREAS: Federal Indian Law, Indian Housing, Tribal Government, Corporate Law, Tribal Sovereignty.
ADMISSIONS: Montana. (Not Licensed in the State of Colorado). Oklahoma.
EDUCATION: University of Montana (J.D., 2012); Carroll College (B.A., 2006).
PRIOR LEGAL EXPERIENCE: Legal Intern, Missoula Office of Public Defenders (2012); Legal Intern, Jefferson County Attorney′s Office (2011).
ASSOCIATIONS: Montana Bar Association
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