Get Answers.  Get Results. Criminal Law, DUI, Family Law, Divorce – (205) 737-4696

Get Answers. Get Results. Criminal Law, DUI, Family Law, Divorce – (205) 737-4696


Criminal Defense

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If you have been charged with a crime in or around Tuscaloosa, Alabama, then you need a criminal defense lawyer with the experience and drive it takes to defend your rights. As a former prosecutor, I am well-versed in Alabama’s justice system. As we work together, I will use my knowledge to give you clear and direct answers, and educate you on your rights.

Drug crimes, DUIs, and Misdemeanors are very common, thus the state takes these crimes seriously. Without a criminal defense attorney building your case and understanding your situation, a conviction can be much worse. These crimes have a wide range of consequences. Whatever your situation is, I will do everything in my power to give you just representation.

I will examine every detail surrounding your case and put together evidence that can be used to try and reduce or eliminate your charges. I handle all types of cases, from speeding tickets to Class A felonies, including:

I have the knowledge, experience, and drive to defend you. I am not afraid of “tough,” complex, or challenging cases. As a former Marine, I know what it means to fight hard. I will fight for you with everything I have.

If you are located in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Pickens County, Fayette County or Hale County, Contact Us today to set up a free consultation.  

An Experienced Trial Lawyer

When you need a trial lawyer, I’m here for you. As a former Tuscaloosa prosecutor, I know the ins and outs of criminal law from DUI law, drug law, violent crimes, theft, and everything in between, I’ll put that knowledge to work for you. 

As a trial lawyer, I know how to argue your case. When dealing with family issues, like divorce and child custody, it is best to be prepared for trial. I have negotiated thousands of cases to favorable results, but those results only come if you are prepared to say no and have a trial.