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Bret Alexander
Charter Member
Criminal Defense Law

3417 Dayton Blvd, Chattanooga, TN 37415, USA

 

After attending Sewanee on an academic scholarship and completing his legal studies at The University of Texas, Bret return to Chattanooga in 2001 to practice law at Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C., where he worked on litigation ranging from property disputes to Trade Secret Misappropriation claims. Due to his courtroom experience, Bret was hired in November 2007 to serve the United States as a federal prosecutor handling crimes – drug importation and immigration cases – arising along the international border between Arizona and Mexico. Bret represented the United States in hundreds of immigration cases and numerous drug importation actions. During a criminal jury trial, Bret was noticed by General Counsel for Life Care Centers of America, Inc., a national skilled nursing and assisted living company with facilities in twenty-eight states. He was hired as a supervisor in Life Care’s legal department, overseeing regulatory issues, contract matters as well as professional and general liability matters. Bret attended mediations and arbitrations on behalf of the company, and he analyzed case strategies presented to the company by the myriad of outside law firms hired to represent Life Care nationwide.

Kathy-Ann Alexis
Charter Member
Criminal Defense Law

1610 4th Avenue North, Bessemer, AL 35020

 

Ms. Kathy-Ann M Alexis is an attorney at The Alexis Firm, LLC., special judge, special prosecutor and mentor. Ms. Alexis was raised in New York City and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. After Ms. Alexis graduated college, she interned at the New York City Attorney General’s office in the Harlem division. She then moved to Birmingham, Alabama where she attended and completed law school at Birmingham School of Law. In 2009, Kathy was admitted to the Alabama State Bar. She decided to return to law school in 2012 to earn her LLM in International Tax and Finance with a concentration in Risk Management and Compliance. Ms. Alexis’ areas of practice include primarily criminal defense law, but she also practices Family Law and she is a Guardian Ad Litem for the state of Alabama. As of late, Ms. Alexis has completed training in Capital Murder defense trials. She is currently serving as the senior defense attorney at Midfield Municipal Court, where she also serves as Special Judge when asked by the Presiding Judge. In 2015, Kathy published her first book, The Anti-Husband, which is a story about the lessons that a single mother learns about surviving divorce and overcoming poverty.

Kathy-Ann Alexis
Charter Member
Criminal Defense Law

1610 4th Avenue North, Bessemer, AL 35020

 

Ms. Kathy-Ann M Alexis is an attorney at The Alexis Firm, LLC., special judge, special prosecutor and mentor. Ms. Alexis was raised in New York City and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. After Ms. Alexis graduated college, she interned at the New York City Attorney General’s office in the Harlem division. She then moved to Birmingham, Alabama where she attended and completed law school at Birmingham School of Law. In 2009, Kathy was admitted to the Alabama State Bar. She decided to return to law school in 2012 to earn her LLM in International Tax and Finance with a concentration in Risk Management and Compliance. Ms. Alexis’ areas of practice include primarily criminal defense law, but she also practices Family Law and she is a Guardian Ad Litem for the state of Alabama. As of late, Ms. Alexis has completed training in Capital Murder defense trials. She is currently serving as the senior defense attorney at Midfield Municipal Court, where she also serves as Special Judge when asked by the Presiding Judge. In 2015, Kathy published her first book, The Anti-Husband, which is a story about the lessons that a single mother learns about surviving divorce and overcoming poverty.

Andrew Alpert
Distinguished Lawyer
Criminal Defense Law

16901 Melford Blvd, Bowie, MD 20175

 

Attorney Andrew D. Alpert is one of the leading DUI attorneys in the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. A former prosecutor, Mr. Alpert has specific training in DUI/DWI law and has earned a reputation as a highly-skilled and aggressive criminal defense attorney. He has successfully defended thousands of DUI/DWI, criminal defense and motor vehicle manslaughter cases, and has appeared on national television to offer his legal opinion on high-profile criminal cases. Mr. Alpert regularly attends the National College for DUI Defense, as conducted at Harvard University where he receives advanced training in DUI/DWI defense law. He is a member of Board of Directors of the Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association, Chairman of the Legislative Group of the Maryland Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association on Narcotics, the Maryland State Representative of the National College for DUI Defense, a member of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, Maryland State Bar Association and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. A graduate of George Washington University School of Law, Alpert is one of only a few lawyers in the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia who is a Certified NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor.

Lionel André
Charter Member
Criminal Defense Law

1001 G Street, NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20001

 

Lionel André is a highly experienced litigator addressing investigation and white-collar issues and brings over 13 years of significant work SEC investigation and litigation experience, and over 16 years of DOJ criminal trial experience. Mr. André served as Assistant United States Attorney in the Fraud & Public Corruption Section in the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia as Senior Litigation Counsel and Health Care Fraud Coordinator and prosecuted criminal matters from grand jury to verdict in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Prior to that, he served at the United States Securities & Exchange Commission as Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel (1999-2001), Senior Counsel (1990-1999), and Staff Attorney (1987-1990), Division of Enforcement. A six-time recipient of the U.S. Attorney's Office Special Achievement Award and in 2016, he received the FBI Commendation, for the successful prosecution of U.S. v. Florence and Michael Bikundi.