Jack Spence

Mr. Spence studied at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and received his Bachelor's Degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Georgia State University. He graduated with a perfect 4.00 average. Mr. Spence did the course work for his Master's Degree at Georgia State, and taught Latin at the University while in Law School.

Jack Spence earned his law degree with honors at the Georgia State University College of Law. He graduated Cum Laude and received the CALI Award, as well as the Outer Barrister's Award for outstanding legal academic achievement. During law school Mr. Spence interned with the Solicitor General of Fulton County, where he participated in the prosecution of numerous criminal cases and gained a first-hand understanding of the prosecutorial side of the criminal justice process. While at Georgia State University College of Law, Mr. Spence was a member of the Law Review, where he was Lead Articles Associate Editor and a member of the disciplinary committee. The Georgia State Law Review published Mr. Spence's article, Linkous v. Candler: The Future of Future Interests in Georgia.

Mr. Spence has extensive and wide-ranging litigation experience that has encompassed almost every aspect of criminal and civil litigation. Mr. Spence presently limits his practice to Criminal, DUI, and Traffic defense.

Our lawyers fight cases throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area including Gwinnett County, Fulton County, Cobb County, DeKalb County, Douglas County, Henry County, Hall County, Lumpkin County, White County, Cherokee County, Dawson County, the City of Atlanta, as well as other jurisdictions.

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