Thomas J. Thomas, Esquire
With a focus on representing clients who have been charged with drug or
alcohol-related crimes, Attorney Thomas has made a name for himself as
a top-rated Atlanta
DUI attorney. He is a founding partner of Thomas & Willis, LLC, a firm which won
the Georgia Best Lawyer’s award for DUI defense in 2013. He maintains
a Superb rating from AVVO, as well as an AV-Preeminent for Ten Years rating
Admitted to practice before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia
Supreme Court, Mr. Thomas has been practicing law since 1993.
He has won numerous cases of importance before both these courts:
- Fraser v. State, 263 Ga. App. 764 (2003)
- Keller v. State, 275 Ga. 680 (2002)
- Colon v. State, 256 Ga. App. 505 (2002)
- Keller v. State, 247 Ga. App. 599 (2001)
- Bolden v. State, 272 Ga. 1 (2000)
- Davis v. State, 236 Ga. App. (1999)
- Brahm v. State, 230 Ga. App. 407 (1998)
Besides working appeals, Mr. Thomas has also accrued years of experience
as a trial lawyer. He has conducted bench and jury trials throughout metro
Atlanta. Over the years, he has seen great success and is often able to
negotiate the reduction or even the dismissal of charges brought against
Mr. Thomas completed his undergraduate degree at Indiana University. In
1980, Mr. Thomas obtained his juris doctor with honors from one of the
top-rated law schools in the United States, Indiana University School
of Law, Bloomington.
In addition to his traditional education, Attorney Thomas has focused and
refined his practice on DUI by completing the Mastering Scientific Evidence
training seminar, as well as the national Highway and Traffic Safety Association’s
(NHSTA) Standardized Field Sobriety Training course.
Professional Lectures & Publications
Due to his skill and success as a trial lawyer, Mr. Thomas is regularly
asked to speak at seminars. The topics he discusses range from Preservation
of Error for Appeal to Opening Trial Statements.
In addition, he has published many papers on these topics, and more. In
fact, Mr. Thomas has published two papers on negotiation entitled
Thirty Ideas for Negotiating a Criminal Case and
Thirty Ideas for Negotiating a DUI Case.
To discuss your legal needs, feel free to reach out to our firm, Thomas
& Willis, LLC. We offer free consultations, so
contact us today!