Ms. Taylor served the people of the county of Gwinnett for 14 years as a prosecutor and has been in private practice since 2009. Ms. Taylor has been a Gwinnett County resident since 1997 and is an active member of her community.
Today Ms. Taylor represents a variety of clients throughout the State of Georgia. She has represented criminal defendants in misdemeanors and felonies and a variety of civil litigants in family law cases. Ms. Taylor knows the court system and understands the community.
Ms. Taylor has a diverse background that allows her to be the most zealous advocate that you can find. After graduating Cum Laude from the University of Georgia in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science and having completed the premedical course of study, Ms. Taylor worked in a laboratory as a research assistant studying genetic obesity.
Ms. Taylor graduated from Georgia State University College of Law in 1994 and began her legal career. She worked for one year as a Staff Attorney in the chambers of State Court Judge Robert Mock. Her work in prosecution began in 1995 in the office of the Solicitor General of Gwinnett County. For a year, Ms. Taylor tried over a hundred cases involving persons accused of driving under the influence, thefts, domestic violence and speeding.
In 1997, Ms. Taylor continued prosecuting in the office of the District Attorney of Gwinnett County. She was assigned to Juvenile Court where she was the sole prosecutor handling two courtrooms. During that time, Ms. Taylor came to know the resources available to juveniles and their parents. She also gained experience working with personnel from the Juvenile Court, the Departments of Juvenile Justice, and Child and Family Services.
In 1998, Ms. Taylor continued her work as an Assistant District Attorney in the Superior Courts conducting and supervising trials in various courtrooms. She has tried cases involving rape, murder, child molestation, vehicular homicide, armed robbery, weapons offenses, drugs, and financial crimes. In January of 2006, she was promoted to Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney, and worked in three Superior Court divisions and in Juvenile Court. Ms. Taylor was also directly involved in the organization of six grand juries and was the Deputy Chief assigned to assist the Grand Juries in their work.
Now in private practice, Ms. Taylor has acted as a zealous advocate for her family law clients bringing all her trial skills to bear. She has successfully defended criminal defendants to juries and the bench. Ms. Taylor also serves as a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem in private custody matters.
If you want someone to answer your call and be there to support you in your legal matters, then Ms. Taylor in the attorney for you. She would be happy to consult with you about your legal needs.