Ross grew up in Madison Maine. He attended the University of Maine where he received B.S. in Political Science. While attending University of Maine, he played football and started three consecutive years as a
Middle Linebacker for the University of Maine football team from 1993-1995. He was an Academic All American and All Conference Middle Linebacker
under Coach Jack Cosgrove.
Next he went to the University of Maine Law School, and received his J.D. Law Degree in 1999. After law school, Ross practiced civil law in Texas for several years. He then began practicing as a criminal lawyer. Ross joined the Austin Texas District Attorney's Office and was a felony only criminal prosecutor for a decade.
After years of practicing criminal law in Texas, Ross moved back home to his home state of Maine.
He continued on as a prosecutor for the Kennebec/Somerset District Attorney's Office. After several years there, he started his own Criminal Defense Law practice. With his knowledge of how the system works, he fights passionately for his clients in getting them the best result possible.
Attorney Ross has been lead trial counsel in more than 100 jury trials with a very high rate of success over the course of his 19 years in practice. He has developed a reputation as skilled and effective trial lawyer. Ross has successfully tried cases ranging from murder, sexual assault, aggravated assault, criminal threatening with firearms, domestic violence assault, burglary, drug trafficking, drug possession, kidnapping, Operating Under the Influence, Driving While Intoxicated.
Ross loves the Maine outdoors. He enjoys spending time in the woods and waters of Maine. He always tries to find time in his busy schedule to fish and hunt.