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Douglas W. Lewis, Esq.

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Douglas W. Lewis, Esq.

Doug is an experienced trial lawyer and advocate with a particular emphasis in family law, civil litigation and criminal defense matters.  As a family lawyer, he has represented a wide range of clients in nearly every type of situation, including, complex and simple divorces, custody disputes, contentious move away proceedings, modification of child support and custody cases, contempt actions and restraining/protective order proceedings.

Doug handles a variety of civil litigation matters, including personal injury and breach of contract cases.  Mr. Lewis’ experience as a criminal defense attorney includes representation in DUI cases  as well as many other types of cases involving felonies, misdemeanors and traffic offenses.

Doug obtained his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University and graduated from West Virginia University School of Law with a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1992.

Doug has been a Georgia resident and practicing law in Gwinnett County and the greater Atlanta area since 1992.  He is a member of the Gwinnett County Bar Association, the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  He is licensed to practice before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

In addition to Gwinnett County cases, Mr. Lewis has successfully represented clients in all levels of the Georgia court system in the metro-Atlanta area and beyond.

Doug enjoys coaching youth sports, outdoor activities and spending time with his family and friends.

 

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