Kevin grew up in a military family, but for most of his life he has been proud to call Georgia home. After graduating from the University of Georgia in 2010 with a degree in economics, Kevin attended law school at the University of Mississippi. While in law school Kevin, worked extensively in the University of Mississippi Child Advocacy Clinic where he acted as guardian ad litem in child custody disputes. He was also afforded the opportunity to serve internships where he assisted criminal defendants in fighting their charges. It was through his law school internships that Kevin developed a passion for helping good people who were facing serious trouble with the law.
Upon graduating law school, Kevin worked primarily in civil practice before transitioning to the Office of the Public Defender for Barrow County. While there, Kevin represented clients who had been charged with all manner of offenses ranging from misdemeanors and DUIs to serious felonies such as child molestation and murder. Through his work as a public defender, Kevin was able to obtain favorable outcomes in the cases of countless clients. During this time, he also worked extensively with the Barrow County Drug and Mental Health Courts where he was given the opportunity to assist clients who were suffering from addiction and other mental illnesses.
In addition to his job as a civilian attorney, Kevin also serves as an attorney and commissioned officer in United States Army Reserve Judge Advocate General Corps. His duties in the Army give him the opportunity to serve those who serve our country by assisting them with the various legal issues they face both at home and abroad.
Kevin is an active member of the First Baptist Church of Jefferson, Georgia which he attends with his wife and their two sons. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, lifting weights, and cheering for the Georgia Bulldogs.