Justin Taylor is a trial attorney with Parkman & White, LLC. Justin graduated from the University of South Alabama Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Criminal Justice. Justin then attended the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he received a criminal law certificate with honors. While attending the University of Mississippi School of Law, Justin had the prestigious honor of being selected to argue before the Mississippi Court of Appeals as a member of the Criminal Appeals Clinic.
Prior to joining Parkman & White, LLC, Justin worked as a probation officer with the Georgia Department of Corrections. Justin also worked as a police officer with the City of Leeds Police Department. During this timeframe, Justin was able to receive specialized training in the fields of DUI and criminal defense. Justin became one of the few attorneys within the state who has been certified in the administration of Field Sobriety Testing and the Dräger Alcotest 7110 by the State of Alabama. Justin has attended training from esteemed associations such as the National College for DUI Defense, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Northeast Alabama Law Enforcement Academy.
As a member of the family law section of the Alabama State Bar, Justin devotes a substantial portion of his practice on all family law issues. Justin has substantial experience in dealing with all aspects of the courtroom. As both a witness and an attorney, Justin can assist his clients with the pressures of testifying in court.
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