I was a public accountant before going to Emory Law School. I graduated both Ohio... more
I was a public accountant before going to Emory Law School. I graduated both Ohio State and Emory with Honors. I now practice in Lawrenceville, GA, in the areas of Domestic, Criminal, Civil, and Probate. I coach youth football, have been married for 22 years, and enjoy boating, fishing, and golfing. I am currently running for Superior Court Juge in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Election is ... view profile
Robert S. Bexley, Esq. is the founding attorney at the Bexley Law Firm, LLC. In 2013,... more
Robert S. Bexley, Esq. is the founding attorney at the Bexley Law Firm, LLC. In 2013, Robert founded the Bexley Law Firm to provide in-house counsel to Atlanta’s small businesses who, until now, could not afford in-house counsel. Robert began his professional career as a trial attorney for the United States Department of Labor, specializing in enforcing safety & health regulations. In 2011, Rob... view profile
The cases I most enjoy are the ones where an impossible challenge turns into a great... more
The cases I most enjoy are the ones where an impossible challenge turns into a great outcome for my client. Dismissal when we initially thought a guilty plea was going to be necessary in a criminal case. An award of primary custody when things were initially not looking good in a family law case. A win at trial when the other side refused to settle.
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