Lori Tolle is an experienced trial attorney that brings a “real life” orientation to her practice. As a deputy district attorney with Jefferson County for over a decade, Lori gained vast courtroom and trial experience resulting in justice for victims in cases ranging from low level misdemeanors to felony sex assaults and first-degree murder.
While at the DA’s office, Lori sought justice for children – one of the more vulnerable segments of our society – in the Crimes Against Children (“CAC”) unit. In this CAC unit, Lori tried cases involving sexual assaults on children and physical abuse, including severe head and brain trauma. Lori excelled in navigating the complex legal issues that make these important cases so demanding while connecting with the real people involved and staying victim-focused.
Lori is the mother of three children and an accomplished public servant. After leaving the district attorney’s office to spend more time with her children, Lori served as president of the Trailmark Metro District and officer on the board of directors for “A Little Help”, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping seniors. She works actively with her daughters at their school and has taught legal and investigative courses to both law enforcement and junior deputy district attorneys.
Together with her husband of eighteen years, Lori takes pride in teaching her children compassion and authenticity, the value of helping and serving others and the importance of tenacity. She personifies these characteristics and strives for justice in obtaining results for Fuicelli & Lee clients.
Lori’s motto at Fuicelli & Lee is: “Just like when I was seeking justice for children who were victims of crime, at Fuicelli & Lee I find that, while I cannot change the event or circumstances which led my client to need my assistance, I can work tirelessly to give my client every tool, resource and opportunity to empower them to choose where they are going to go from here.”
Lori has recently been inducted into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum for a $1.2M trial verdict in 2021.