The Premier Law Firm of the Southern Crescent
The Premiere Law Firm of the Southern Crescent.
Stacey Flynn graduated in 2004 from Georgia State University College of Law. Ms. Flynn spent four years woking as a Public Defender in the Griffin and Coweta circuits before moving to the Georgia Capital Defender's Office to defend only death penalty cases. Stacey entered private practice in 2011 and opened her own firm in February of 2014.
Stacey has extensive trial experience in all areas of criminal defense from county ordinance violations to capital murder; and everything in between. She is very comfortable in front of judges and juries. She is known as the lawyer that loves to go to trial and won't stop fighting a case until she gets the best possible outcome for her client. Stacey also has a particular passion for helping clients and their families who are dealing with mental health and/or substance abuse issues, including PTSD, mental retardation, Traumatic Brain Injuries or issues relating to mental capacity and understanding.
Stacey is a go getter, a pit bull, a non stop fighter for the rights, dignity, fairness and justice for all of her clients; regardless of race, gender, mental status, past history etc.
Rebecca Raymer is our Legal Research Assistant. She enjoys preparing cases for trail and finding the law that helps win cases.
Rounding out the team is our Secretary, Michelle. Michelle is a fantastic listener and loves talking to our clients and seing them in the office. She is the one who will answer your call and get you in for a free consult.
If you want a Team that loves what they do and will give you the best possible representation; if you want to be treated like a friend rather than just another number; if you want the best - then call Stacey today.
|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||2004||06/19/2018|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Attorney of the Year||National Action Network||2017|
|President||Stacey Flynn Morris Law||2013 - Present|
|Partner||Ricky W. Morris Jr. P.C.||2011 - Present|
|Attorney||Office Of The Georgia Capital Defender||2009 - 2011|
|Attorney||Georgia Public Defender Standards Council||2005 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|United States Equestrian Federation||Member||2014 - Present|
|Fayette County Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|U.S. Federal Court||Admitted to Practice||2011 - Present|
|Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||Member||2005 - Present|
|State Bar of Georgia||Member||2004 - Present|
|Georgia Court of Appeals||Admitted to Practice||2004 - Present|
|Georgia Supreme Court||Admitted to Practice||2004 - Present|
|The Grip Newspaper||Local Attorneys Weigh in on Casey Anthony Verdict||2011|
|Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture||Images of Prime Time Justice||2004|
|Georgia State University College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2004|
|Georgia State University||BS - Bachelor of Science||2001|
|Office Luncheon Training||New D.U.I. Law - how to best argue Williams||2015|
|Georgia Mock Trial||Crush the Closing Argument||2012|
|Georgia Mock Trial||Effective Opening Statements||2012|
|2002 Annual Meeting||Issues of Racial Perceptions - Images of Prime Time Justice||2002|
|State V Mr. G||Case Dismissed|
|State V Mr. C||Not Guilty on all four counts|
|State V Robinson||All charges dismissed prior to trial|
|S v S||Client won|
|In Re S||Dismissed by judge|
|State v A||Investigation ended and client returned to work|
|State V F||Plea|
|State v C||Motion Granted|
|State v. Brown||Motion granted|
|State v Bohanon||Dismissed|
|State v. Johnson||Not Guilty verdict|
|State v. J||Not guilty|
|State v. Reid||Not guilty all counts|
|State v. H||Not guilty.|
|State v. Deloatch 296 Ga. App. 65||Judgement reversed|
|State v Mr. Q||Not Guilty|
|State v. Starks||Only the second case in Georgia criminal history where a Defendant was found guilty but mentally retarded and given life with parole|
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