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Aaron Hommell is one of Mississippi's newer lawyers, but is not new to the field of DUI law. Mr. Hommell currently focuses much of his solo practice on DUI defense work throughout Mississippi, but started as a law clerk in the Mississippi Attorney Generals office while in law school. He clerked under the supervision of the Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor and Special Assistant Attorney General tasked with DUI and traffic safety laws. After his stint there, Mr. Hommell left to work as a law clerk to Victor W. Carmody, Jr., Kevin T. Stewart, and Lance O. Mixon. While working for these leaders in DUI defense, he learned a different side of the law than the one he had experienced while working at the Attorney Generals office.
Since passing the bar in 2014, Mr. Hommell jumped head-first into representing defendants in DUI cases across the state. He has already represented clients involved in cases before the Mississippi Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States. In addition to his DUI work, Mr. Hommell has a budding personal injury and appellate practice in Gulfport, Mississippi.
Mr. Hommell is a graduate of Franklin College of Indiana with a bachelor of arts degree in journalism. He received his juris doctor from Mississippi College School of Law. He is admitted to practice in all Mississippi state courts, including the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. Additionally he is barred in the Southern District Court of Mississippi. Mr. Hommell is a member of the National College of DUI Defense, American Association for Justice, and the Mississippi Association for Justice.