Todd is a founding partner of Heideman Poor. He’s also a former amateur boxer and martial arts practitioner who brings that same sense of energy, hard work, focus, toughness and discipline to the courtroom. He fights hard – for our clients, for what is right, for exceptional outcomes. The tenacity that litigation requires is what really gets his adrenaline flowing and he is well-respected for his work in domestic and criminal litigation and managing the personalities involved in each.
Prior to forming Heideman Poor, Todd operated his own practice. He also previously served as a law clerk for former Denver District Court Chief Judge Larry J. Naves, and for former Denver District Court Judge Christina M. Habas. Todd also gained valuable experience working as an intern for the Denver District Attorney’s Office in 2007 and for the Denver Center for Crime Victims in 2006.
Todd’s background and experience have provided him with the knowledge and ability to provide high quality legal representation for all of his clients. Todd grew up the son of a homicide detective and a social worker and, at an early age, developed a desire to devote his life to helping others. Todd enjoys spending his free time with his children, working out and playing online chess.