Todd “T.R.” Williams, Jr., is a legal veteran with nearly 30 years’ experience in defending, prosecuting and adjudicating criminal and civil cases in the region. He represents clients facing criminal charges, traffic citations, and protection from abuse petitions and violations; and handles family law cases as well as wills and estate administration matters.
T.R. is a former Chief Deputy District Attorney with Franklin County where he spent 13 years prosecuting criminal cases involving charges ranging from DUI to rape and sexual assault to homicides, as well as supervising the Franklin County Drug Task Force. Prior to that role, he served as an assistant Franklin County public defender. The third-generation attorney is also a former Franklin County Magisterial District Judge, a position he held for more than 13 years while presiding over criminal preliminary arraignments, preliminary hearings, summary criminal and traffic trials, civil trials, landlord tenant cases and local ordinance violation cases.
T.R. is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and The Dickinson School of Law. He has volunteered as a Mock Trial team coach for the Cumberland Valley Christian School, served as an instructor in Penn State’s paralegal program at the Mont Alto campus and coached youth sports. T.R. lives in Shippensburg with his wife and enjoys fishing, hunting, grilling, and watching sports.