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1002 Anna Knapp Blvd, Suite, 201
Charleston, South Carolina based Attorney
Criminal defense, family law, and personal injury representation in Charleston, SC.

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With over dozens trials in various areas of law, my clients benefit from my knowledge of how the courts work.

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A professional law
firm located in Charleston, South Carolina.

We have extensive experience as trial attorney's and have tried over two dozen jury trials, including murders, rapes, robberies and drug trafficking as well as numerous family law and civil trials.

Professional Experience.

Dozens of trials in different areas of law have given us the knowledge of how the various courts work, helping benefit our clients.

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We will fight for you

Our clients benefit from our combined years of experience of representation in criminal law, family law and personal injury cases.

Small firm dedication

You deserve an attorney who is responsive and resourceful that will put your needs first.

Tailored representation

Every case is different and as a small firm we pride ourselves on the ability to treat our clients as more than a case number.  

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Lawyers for deceased murder suspect say they would have proven self-defense at trial

GOOSE CREEK, S.C. (WCIV) — It's been nearly three years since Goose Creek Police found two men shot to death and buried behind a home. The discovery shocked the Lowcountry, but the case will never go to trial. It was officially closed when James Edward Loftis, the man charged with the murders, died on Dec. 2.

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Former foster mom concerned SC child back with parents facing misconduct charges

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — A child who suffered 16 broken bones as a baby spent the last 48 hours back with his parents. Despite winning custody, the battle over 22-month-old Foxx is not over yet and there’s still concerns over his safety and wellbeing.

September 18, 2019