Eddie opened his private law practice in 2011 after having been a prosecutor for the better part of the previous decade. In addition to representing his clients in court, Eddie also serves as a legal instructor for the U.S. Department of Justice. As a prosecutor, Eddie successfully tried dozens of cases before Alabama juries. He was personally responsible for cases ranging from murder to speeding. Eddie’s primary area of responsibility as a prosecutor was drug crimes. Eddie also handled tens of thousands of misdemeanor and traffic cases in Alabama courts. Eddie graduated with honors with a B.A. from the University of Alabama. He went on to graduate from the University Of Alabama School Of Law in 2002. While studying as a law student at Alabama, Eddie successfully tried several felony jury trials. When called upon, Eddie also serves as a Special Judge for the City of Athens and Special Probate Judge for Limestone County.
Kayla joined the office as a paralegal in 2017. She graduated from Wallace State Community College with honors. She is a Limestone County native and a graduate of West Limestone High School.
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