Tim JohnsonSenior Associate
Tim Johnson is a senior associate with the Bagley Law Firm. Tim is currently focused in both criminal defense as well as family law, including divorce, child custody, parenting orders, and protection orders. Tim has a wide range of expertise in the law and has focused on complex litigation and the challenges of digital evidence.
Prior to joining the firm, Tim was a prosecutor with the Boulder County District Attorney's Office for nearly 21 years. During his time there, he specialized on very serious persons crimes including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and stalking. Tim led the White Collar Crime Unit for 3 years and worked closely with the Boulder County Business community fighting internal theft and embezzlement issues. Before joining the Bagley Law Firm, Tim was leading the Community Protection Division which focused on consumer protection, elder abuse and elder law issues. In his time with the district attorney's office, Tim conducted over 200 trials including over 100 felony trials. He is highly skilled in any type of court hearing and has a deep understanding of the evidentiary rules and courtroom procedure. Tim is a recognized national leader in the areas of domestic violence, sexual assault, cybercrimes, and stalking and has been asked to consult and provide training across the United States.
Tim grew up in Colorado Springs before moving to Boulder County to attend college at the University of Colorado. Tim earned a BA in Political Science and Economics, but also minored in Astrophysics. He then attended the University of Colorado School of Law where he earned the Joel H. Greenstein Award for Excellence in Trial Practice.
Tim is dedicated to the local community as well as to the advancement of justice system reforms in Colorado and beyond. He volunteers as a board member for two local non-profit organizations: The Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) and the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (RMvlc). In those roles, he has been working on promoting safety for crime victims, alternatives to the traditional criminal justice system, and promoting restorative justice practices.
Tim and his wife, Nicole, have four boys. They love the Colorado outdoors and spending time exploring our great state and finding adventures off the beaten path.
J.D., University of Colorado School of Law
B.A., University of Colorado
Political Science | Economics
Colorado State Bar