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Scott Bradford Pierson

Scott Bradford Pierson

Scott Bradford Pierson is a dedicated criminal lawyer based in Springfield. Focusing on criminal law, Scott Bradford provides you with a strategic and vigorous criminal defense.

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Twibell Pierson Criminal Law

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Scott Bradford Pierson

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901 E St Louis St #1600, Springfield, Missouri

About Scott Bradford Pierson

Client centered representation is Mr. Pierson's focus. Understanding that each client has unique issues that requires unique representation.

Scott created Twibell Pierson Criminal Law in 2019. He partnered with Bert and Branden Twibell, two of Springfield's most experienced criminal defense attorneys. Twibell Pierson Criminal Law focuses only criminal defense matters by being client focused and result driven. Prior to creating Twibell Pierson Criminal Law, Mr. Pierson worked at The Law Office of Wampler and Passanise starting in 2014. While there he worked on Federal, State and Municipal criminal cases. He has been recognized as on the top Up-And-Coming attorneys in Missouri by the Springfield Business Journal and Missouri Lawyers' Weekly.

Scott's courtroom success in both felony and misdemeanor cases resulted in his selection as Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers in 2014.

Prior to Twibell Pierson Criminal Law, Scott attended Missouri State University and University of Missouri- Kansas City. While at Missouri State, competed on a national ranked policy debate team. He was also involved with Missouri State University, serving leadership roles including Student Body Vice-president. He was awarded the Board of Governors Commendation for Outstanding Service to the University. Further, he was awarded Greek Man of the year, the highest honor given to an individual in the Missouri State Fraternity system.

Scott went on to obtain his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Law. While in law school he was the winner of outstanding oral advocate in the Ellison Moot Court Competition. Further, he competed on the national moot court team. Scott in law school also interned at the Kansas City Public Defender Office, which allowed him to work on high profile felony cases. Scott’s high aptitude in trial preparation and argument led to him being selected by faculty to the distinguished Order of the Barristers.

Upon graduation he worked at McGonagle Spencer PC, a small law firm in Kansas City, which specializes in plaintiff’s class action work, personal injury, and criminal law. While at the firm Scott was an advocate for clients who had suffered life altering injuries. Wanting to get back to Springfield and back into the court room on a regular basis Scott accepted a job with the Missouri State Public Defender’s Office, practicing solely in Criminal Defense.

Working at the Public Defender’s Office, Scott participated in numerous bench and jury trials at both the misdemeanor and felony level in state court. Scott had frequent success in felony and misdemeanor litigation. Scott remains involved in the Springfield Community with Big Brother Big Sisters of the Ozarks and serves on the Theta Chi Iota Beta Alumni Board of Directors.

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Practice Areas

  • Assault
  • Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Assault
  • Impaired/DUI
  • Drugs
  • Fraud
  • Shoplifting
  • Theft

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About Scott Bradford Pierson

Client centered representation is Mr. Pierson's focus. Understanding that each client has unique issues that requires unique representation.

Scott created Twibell Pierson Criminal Law in 2019. He partnered with Bert and Branden Twibell, two of Springfield's most experienced criminal defense attorneys. Twibell Pierson Criminal Law focuses only criminal defense matters by being client focused and result driven. Prior to creating Twibell Pierson Criminal Law, Mr. Pierson worked at The Law Office of Wampler and Passanise starting in 2014. While there he worked on Federal, State and Municipal criminal cases. He has been recognized as on the top Up-And-Coming attorneys in Missouri by the Springfield Business Journal and Missouri Lawyers' Weekly.

Scott's courtroom success in both felony and misdemeanor cases resulted in his selection as Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers in 2014.

Prior to Twibell Pierson Criminal Law, Scott attended Missouri State University and University of Missouri- Kansas City. While at Missouri State, competed on a national ranked policy debate team. He was also involved with Missouri State University, serving leadership roles including Student Body Vice-president. He was awarded the Board of Governors Commendation for Outstanding Service to the University. Further, he was awarded Greek Man of the year, the highest honor given to an individual in the Missouri State Fraternity system.

Scott went on to obtain his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Law. While in law school he was the winner of outstanding oral advocate in the Ellison Moot Court Competition. Further, he competed on the national moot court team. Scott in law school also interned at the Kansas City Public Defender Office, which allowed him to work on high profile felony cases. Scott’s high aptitude in trial preparation and argument led to him being selected by faculty to the distinguished Order of the Barristers.

Upon graduation he worked at McGonagle Spencer PC, a small law firm in Kansas City, which specializes in plaintiff’s class action work, personal injury, and criminal law. While at the firm Scott was an advocate for clients who had suffered life altering injuries. Wanting to get back to Springfield and back into the court room on a regular basis Scott accepted a job with the Missouri State Public Defender’s Office, practicing solely in Criminal Defense.

Working at the Public Defender’s Office, Scott participated in numerous bench and jury trials at both the misdemeanor and felony level in state court. Scott had frequent success in felony and misdemeanor litigation. Scott remains involved in the Springfield Community with Big Brother Big Sisters of the Ozarks and serves on the Theta Chi Iota Beta Alumni Board of Directors.

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