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Stacey Flynn Morris graduated in 2004 from Georgia State University College of Law. Mrs. Morris 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 Morris entered private practice in 2011 and opened her own firm in February of 2014.  The goal of the practice is to provide friendly, fair and aggressive representation in a professional manner that involves the client in the case, rather than exclude them. Mrs. Morris has extensive litigation experience in all areas of criminal defense from county ordinance violations to capital murder; and everything in between.   Mrs. Morris also handles all aspects of family law and juvenile matters.  She has a particular passion for helping clients, and their families, who are dealing with mental health issues, including PTSD, mental retardation, Traumatic Brain Injuries or issues relating to mental capacity and  understanding.  

If your case is important to you, and if you want to be guaranteed a lawyer that loves what they do and will give you the best possible representation: if you want a lawyer that treats you like a friend rather than just another number; a lawyer that listens and cares - then call Stacey today.


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Practice areas


  1. Criminal Defense: 50%
    11 years, 1 thousand cases
  2. Family: 20%
    5 years, 50 cases
  3. DUI & DWI: 20%
    5 years, 100 cases
  4. Juvenile: 10%
    11 years, 50 cases



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Attorney endorsements

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  • Rudjard Melvin Hayes

    I endorse this lawyer. Stacey is a very competent and passionate attorney. What she lacks in size, she more than makes up for in her knowledge, ability and determination. Stacey is a proven trial attorney with positive results and I have no hesitation in recommending her.


    Rudjard Hayes Criminal defense Attorney
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    I have known Stacey Morris for many years. She is a fierce advocate for her clients, and does not back down from even the toughest cases. If I, or a family member were in trouble, I would consider us fortunate if Ms. Morris were our attorney. She is excellent at what she does!


    Glen Burn Criminal defense Attorney
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Contact info

Stacey Flynn Morris, L.L.C.

2011 Commerce Drive
Suite A111
Peachtree City, GA, 30269


GAActive Member in Good Standing 200407/15/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PresidentStacey Flynn Morris Law2013 - Present
PartnerRicky W. Morris Jr. P.C.2011 - Present
AttorneyOffice Of The Georgia Capital Defender2009 - 2011
AttorneyGeorgia Public Defender Standards Council2005 - 2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
United States Equestrian FederationMember2014 - Present
Fayette County Bar AssociationMember2013 - Present
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense LawyersMember2005 - Present
State Bar of GeorgiaMember2004 - Present
Southern Hunter Jumper of GeorgiaWays and Means Chair2014 - 2016
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
State v. Deloatch 296 Ga. App. 65Judgement reversed
State v. JNot guilty
State v. HNot guilty.
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Publication nameTitleDate
The Grip NewspaperLocal Attorneys Weigh in on Casey Anthony Verdict2011
Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular CultureImages of Prime Time Justice2004
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Georgia State University College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2004
Georgia State UniversityCriminal JusticeBS - Bachelor of Science2001
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Office Luncheon TrainingNew D.U.I. Law - how to best argue Williams2015
Georgia Mock TrialCrush the Closing Argument2012
Georgia Mock TrialEffective Opening Statements2012
2002 Annual MeetingIssues of Racial Perceptions - Images of Prime Time Justice2002