Over the course of his career as a Maine attorney, Dylan Boyd has successfully represented clients at all stages of litigation. Inside the courtroom, he has zealously
advocated for clients at both jury trials and hearings before judges in both criminal and civil cases. He has also guided clients to successful results outside the courtroom by negotiating
advantageous deals and drafting effective legal documents.
Dylan Boyd was born and raised in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. He attended the University of Vermont and earned a bachelor’s degree in English in 2006. He returned to Maine to attend the University of Maine School of Law in Portland. During that time, he published an article in the Maine Law Review and served as the journal's Executive Editor; he also gained real world experience at the Volunteer Lawyers Project, Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, and as a clerk at a local law office. In 2010, Dylan graduated from law school cum laude and was presented with the Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award for Business and Commercial Law. Since that time, he has excelled as an attorney in Southern Maine, representing clients in everything from the most serious criminal charges and challenging civil cases to relatively easier matters such as wills and uncontested divorce proceedings.
Dylan is licensed to practice in all courts in the State of Maine. He routinely appears in court, including courts in York, Biddeford, Alfred, Springvale, Portland,
Bath, West Bath, Lewiston, and Auburn. In addition, he practices in the United States District Court for the District of Maine and the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. He is a
member of the Board of Directors of the Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
In 2013, Dylan published his first novel, a legal thriller entitled Blue Lobster, which is available online and at local bookstores.
Dan Wentworth was born in Portland, and raised in Sanford, Maine. He graduated from Appalachian State University in 2014, with a degree in History. In 2017, he graduated cum laude from the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, Dan obtained a wealth of experience in criminal and civil law. He worked at the York County District Attorney’s Office as a student attorney, negotiating at dispositional conferences, conducting case screenings, and representing the State in suppression hearings and various other criminal proceedings. Additionally, during law school, he was a reserve police officer for the Old Orchard Beach Police Department, where he gained knowledge and experience in law enforcement and the investigative aspect of the criminal justice system. During his final year of law school, he was a student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, where he represented clients in various criminal and civil matters, including dispositional conferences, federal bail revocations, family matters, protection-from-abuse hearings, civil tort cases, and more.
Dan is a member of the Maine Bar Association and is licensed to practice in both state and federal court in Maine. He has appeared in various courts around the state, including Portland, Biddeford, York, Springvale, Alfred, and Lewiston.
Ian L'Heureux grew up in Sanford, Maine. He graduated cum laude from Norwich University in 2014, with a degree in Political Science. In 2018, he graduated from the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, Ian was a member of the Trial Competition Team, advancing to the final round in 2018, and also served as a student attorney at the Kennebec County District Attorney’s Office and the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, gaining valuable legal experience in the fields of criminal law and family law.