Roath Law Defense Attorney
About Roath Law
At Roath Law, we know that being accused of committing a crime is one of the most stressful and confusing events of anyone’s life.
Criminal accusations can affect every aspect of your life, and the processes involved can seem unfair and are confusing. Which makes you feel lost and even hopeless.
We believe it is the attorney’s duty to take on the stress of the legal proceedings so that you can continue to live your life. We understand the humanity of your case, and that there is always more to the story. You will never feel like just another case. That’s why we work closely with our clients to tell their story and reach the best possible outcome.
All you need to do is contact our office and set up your Free Virtual Consultation. Take action, so you end the stress of trying to navigate the criminal justice system on your own, and rest easy that Roath Law has your back.
We’ve Seen It All
Roath Law has handled over 600 cases, from traffic tickets to major felonies, and everything in between.
Criminal Defense Experts
We've worked in criminal defense since 2015 and continue to navigate each case towards the best possible outcome.
We Know Montana
Roath Law has practiced in courts all over the state - we know Montana, and know how to work with the prosecutors and judges.
Our family has been Montanans for four generations - we're proud to be Montana born and bred.
Shenandoah grew up primarily in Fargo, North Dakota, and Bloomington, Indiana, returning to Forsyth, Montana, and Bigfork, Montana regularly to visit her family. Before college, she spent two years in AmeriCorps, traveling the country and feeding her wanderlust and her desire to help as many people as possible. After two terms with AmeriCorps, she returned to Bloomington to attend Indiana University for her undergraduate degree in biology and philosophy.
She finally joined her family in Bozeman in 2007, where she worked in a microbiology lab with little satisfaction. After a lot of thought about the changes she wanted to see in the world, and how she could help make those changes happen, she enrolled at the University of Montana School of Law in 2011. She graduated three years later and moved to Livingston immediately after earning her license to practice. She worked for two years in Livingston, where she fell in love with practicing criminal defense. She accepted a job with the Office of the State Public Defenders in Helena to gain more criminal defense experience and sharpen her trial skills. She worked briefly for a civil firm in Helena before starting Roath Law. Now she’s ready to give you the personal attention your criminal defense case needs.
Shenandoah spends her free time hiking the hills of Helena and skiing at Bridger Bowl, while thinking about how to get you the best possible outcome.