5 Concourse Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
I am an Atlanta criminal defense lawyer with years of experience defending DUI, traffic, felony, and misdemeanor cases in courtrooms across the state of Georgia. If you’ve been arrested or charged with a crime, or if your rights have been violated, I can help.
I came to Georgia to attend Emory University in 1995, and graduated with a degree in Political Science four years later. In 2002, I was awarded an Emory College Scholarship to attend the Emory University School of Law, and was an editor on the Emory International Law Review. In 2005, I graduated with honors, finishing in the top 25% of my class. Since then, I have continued to be involved with the university as an alumni mentor.
After I graduated from law school, I joined the DeKalb County Public Defender’s Office, one of the busiest and highest-regarded in Georgia. I was immediately put to work. On my first day after finding out I’d passed the Bar exam, I was sworn in as a lawyer in the morning and handled a full preliminary hearing calendar that afternoon.
I have represented over a thousand felony and misdemeanor defendants facing charges ranging from traffic charges to drug possession to aggravated assault. As a public defender I was assigned as the sole attorney defending misdemeanor bad check cases and the sole attorney for Recorder’s Court.
After over two years in DeKalb County, I left to started my own practice, working in both the criminal and civil courts to get the very best possible results for my clients.