A motion to quash is a formal request to have a prior order or ruling invalidated, nullified or voided. It is applicable in both civil and criminal matters. This type of request can only be made in certain circumstances and is usually, but not always, presented before the case goes to trial in a higher court.
Jeff's practice primarily consists of representing the injured against defendants who have broken safety rules that protect all of us. Jeff also represents people who have been charged with crimes, from murder to traffic offenses.
100% of practice devoted to trial work.
Bar Admissions: South Carolina, 2010; District of Columbia, 2011; Federal 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, 2015.
Background and Education: Born in Augusta, Georgia. Preparatory education: University of South Carolina 2007 (B.S.); Charleston School of Law 2010 (J.D.).
Professional Associations and Memberships: Charleston County Bar Association; South Carolina Bar; South Carolina Association of Justice; and American Association for Justice.
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17 Broad Street, P.O. Box 399 Charleston, South Carolina