Graves Law Firm, P.C.

Firm Overview

Main Office
Main Office
2024 NW 92nd Court
Clive  IA  50325
  • (800) 708-9765
Criminal Defense
Tom Graves is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who has won major trials. He cares about his clients and their outcomes. He has represented clients charged with robbery, burglary, assault and domestic abuse assault.
Tom Graves is now a sole practitioner who represents clients in criminal cases, family law and juvenile law.

His former law partners include Tom Jackowski and Lawrence E. James.

You will receive personal attention from Mr. Graves.

Many times in criminal court, crafting the best plea deal is best for the client. Mr. Graves has considerable experience in this area.

But if you are not guilty and wish to contest it, he will work hard to achieve the best possible results at trial.

Mr. Graves represented a Clive police officer accused of an assault and a Dallas County jury acquitted the defendant.

Recently, he represented the mother of a dependent adult accused of abuse and she was acquitted.

No results are guaranteed, but be assured he will work hard to get you the best result he can.

Thomas Graves

Thomas Graves has worked representing clients in central Iowa for many years.

Graves previously worked as a lobbyist and served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in juvenile court. He has taught adjunct courses at Iowa State University, Drake University, Grandview College and Drake Law School.

He represents clients in criminal cases, family law and juvenile cases.
  • Bar Number: 16817
    Iowa , 2001
  • Drake Law School
    Juris Doctorate
    Graduated with high honors, Order of the Coif.

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