About Our Firm
Whatever the circumstances that brought you to need the services of elite DUI defense, we take a personal interest in the outcome of every client's matter and leave no stone unturned in the aggressive defense of every client's case.
Virtually my entire professional career has been spent in the courtroom. As a senior prosecutor, I've prosecuted serious felonies like drug trafficking, aggravated assault, armed robbery, and murder. For my last 5 years as a prosecutor, I prosecuted almost exclusively DUI and drunk driving offenses, but also other misdemeanors like shoplifting, thefts, and marijuana offenses. Now, as a DUI defense attorney, I use everything I learned as a prosecutor - such as how the government investigates, prepares, and presents its case against you and how to spot and exploit its weaknesses - to successfully fight for and achieve outstanding results for thousands of clients since 2013.
The backbone of my practice is defending people charged with DUI or drunk driving. DUI is a highly technical crime that requires the arresting officer to have highly specialized training and experience to properly recognize, investigate and ultimately testify about why they arrested you. And because a DUI conviction carries significant penalties, including the possibility of jail, high fines, and license suspensions - not to mention mandatory classes, increased insurance rates, and possible job consequences - you need a skilled, aggressive attorney with the same specialized training and the experience to use it to have your best chance of a favorable outcome. Don't settle for less. Being arrested doesn't mean you have to plead guilty, especially when you have an advocate with elite-level skills and experience fighting for you.
I am a proud graduate of Howard University (BBA, Class of 1996) and of Georgia State University College of Law (JD, Class of 1999).
I look forward to earning your trust and your business. Contact us today for a free evaluation of your case. Our fees are reasonable and we offer different payment plans and options to qualified clients. Remember, being arrested does not mean you have to plead guilty!