"Mr. Elmer is a credible lawyer. He helped me throughout 3 numerous cases, actually helping me to receive the best outcome out of all..."Kyle S.
“Very knowledgeable. He gave me a free consultation over the phone and pointed me in the right direction to help me for my case.”Notorrious
I am an experienced attorney, and have been practicing law for the past 43 years. In addition to my experience, I believe my attitudes and policies really set me apart. I am not known as a “pleading lawyer.” I do not think highly of lawyers who accept large sums of money suggesting they can “talk to someone” and implying they will “get this case reduced”… then don’t. I see that as a technique to get clients to part with their money because the attorney said what the client “wanted to hear.” They waste valuable investigation time and then plead most clients guilty when they likely had a case that could have been successfully defended.
I don’t like to make impulsive buying decisions and I don’t think other people do either. I like to explain the good and bad things about a case and allow all the questions a client can develop to be answered in an unhurried fashion.
Mr. Young received his law degree from the John Marshall Law School in 1975, and passed the Georgia Bar exam the same year. Having practiced criminal law for 43 years, he focused his interest in, and has dedicated his legal career to defending clients from all over the United States and several foreign countries as well. Thanks to his experience and knowledge, he is often asked to lecture on legal subjects at legal seminars, public interest forums, and civic groups. Mr. Young’s legal skills were recognized in 2002, when he was awarded the "Most Amazing Jury Verdict" by his peers and mentors. Courts throughout the easternmost thirty or so counties of Georgia recognize his skill as an attorney and counselor in this area.