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JD Hallin.

Jonathon (J.D.) Hallin

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Assistant

Terri Boyd-Davis

AREAS OF EMPHASIS

  • Commercial Litigation
    • Foreclosures
    • Lender Liability Claims
    • Deficiency Actions
    • Claim and Delivery
    • Breach of Contract
    • Creditor representation in bankruptcy
  • Construction Law
    • Mechanic’s Lien
    • Construction
    • Defect Claims
    • Professional Negligence Claims
  • Civil Litigation
  • Real Property
    • Easements
    • Title insurance claims
    • Conveyances and loan documentation
  • Criminal Defense
    • Federal and State
  • Appeals
    • State, federal and administrative

Jonathon (“J.D.”) Hallin is an attorney in the Coeur d’Alene office of Lukins & Annis, P.S. His practice includes commercial law, criminal defense and general litigation.

J.D.’s practice includes a diverse mix of businesses and individuals. This includes frequent representation of commercial lenders in litigation and transactional matters. In addition to handling business litigation, he also assist his business clients with contract drafting and negotiation, employment related issues, and transaction documentation. Finally, J.D. regularly represents homeowners, contractors, and design professionals in construction related matters.

J.D. has extensive experience defending criminal matters at both the state and federal level. For the last 11 years, he has been a member of the Criminal Justice Act for the District of Idaho. J.D. has tried matters before all levels of the Idaho state and federal trial courts. Additionally, he has handled argued criminal appeals before the Idaho Court of Appeals, Idaho Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit.

  • State of Idaho
  • United States District Court, District of Idaho
  • United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
  • Coeur d’Alene Tribal Court
  • University of Idaho, College of Law, J.D., 2005
  • University of Portland, B.S., Civil Engineering, 2002
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