In 2013, Carrie left her job as a felony prosecutor for Adams County in the Seventeenth Judicial District, to work in private practice.
Now, more than ten years have passed since Carrie first became an attorney, and throughout the course of her career Carrie defended hundreds of peace officers, jail deputies, first responders, patrol cops, and commanding officers in complex internal affairs investigations, officer involved shootings, critical incident investigations, and numerous grand jury proceedings.
Carrie knows how to protect confidential employment records from improper and unlawful disclosure in both the civil and criminal context, and she is familiar with all of the hot-button legislative issues affecting first responders on both the State and federal level.
Carrie has worked for, against, and alongside other attorneys who specialize in public employer liability, and to date, Carrie has more than ten years of relevant litigation experience, during which time she always worked closely with police officers, jail deputies, command staff, and prosecutors alike.
Carrie strongly believes that first responders and all law enforcement officers deserve the best defense available regardless of the case, and she is dedicated to that cause.
Carrie left her position as a Partner at Bruno, Colin & Lowe PC in 2019 to form the law offices of Front Line Law, LLC, and she is compassionate, sincere, and proudly dedicated to the successful defense of all first responders she has the honor to represent.
In 2022, Carrie was declared as a Lawyer of Distinction. Members of Lawyers of Distinction have been vetted and recognized by their peers as being among the best of the best in their respective fields. Members are subject to a final review for ethical violations within the past ten years before confirmation of membership and cannot pay to be nominated. Lawyers of Distinction’s roster includes many of the most powerful and respected attorneys in the United States.