Michael S. LaScala

Michael S. LaScala

DUI / DWI Attorney

Atlanta, GA





No Misconduct



About Me

Michael LaScala received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Georgia in 1995, and his law degree from Loyola University, New Orleans, in 1999. He was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1999. Michael started out his career as an Assistant Solicitor for the City Court of Atlanta, where he prosecuted hundreds of cases, including drug offenses and DUI's. In 2001, Michael left his position as...

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Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Fixed (Sometimes)

Client Reviews

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Everything happened that he said would happen!!!

Posted by: a DUI client 2 months ago.

I had a unique and difficult case which other specialized attorney's were too scared to take on. Michael handled everything with great knowledge and...

Best Lawyer in Atlanta!!

Posted by: BRIAN 4 months ago.

This is one of the best criminal lawyers in Atlanta. He has consistently provided me with great results. If your in a legal bind, this is the man you...
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Lance Christian Williams
Lance Williams

Gastonia, NC

2 months ago

Relationship: Other

I endorse this lawyer.
Joseph Sam Habachy
Joseph Habachy

Atlanta, GA

6 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I strongly endorse Michael. He is flat out hard working and highly ethical. He is an exceptional attorney and will work tirelessly to get his...
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1999 License Status: Active Member in Good Standing for the state of Georgia.
Last updated by Avvo: 07/29/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1999 – 2001

Office of the Solicitor General


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1999 Juris Doctorate in

Loyola University


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2010 Legal Elite

Georgia Trend magazine


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2009- 2010 Co-chair

Atlanta Bar Association, Criminal Law Section

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