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Attorney Amanda Luker recently rejoined the Alexander City office of Morris Haynes, bringing with her a unique set of skills and a passion for helping those who have been wrongfully injured. Who is Amanda Luker? Amanda is a Coosa County native who interestingly enough began her journey...

Attorney Clay Hornsby returns to the Morris Haynes team after serving as the Deputy Director of the Alabama Law Institute in Tuscaloosa.  While in Tuscaloosa, Clay also coached the University of Alabama School of Law’s Trial Competition team. Clay practices in the firm’s Alexander City...

Tom F. Young Jr. serves “of counsel” from Morris Haynes’ Alexander City office. He joined the firm’s team in 2019 after 18 years as Circuit Judge in the 5th Judicial Circuit of Alabama. Outside of Morris Haynes’ traditional areas of practice, he adds a few...

After serving 6 years as the United States Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama, Mr. George L. Beck Jr. joined the Morris Haynes team. Based out of the Alexander City office, Mr. Beck practices civil and criminal law, and also handles Federal Tort Claims...

Congratulations to Morris, Morris, Haynes, Hornsby, Wheeles & Knowles attorney Tommy James for his success in two oral arguments, one before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and the other in front of the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals....

Whether one is responding to a motion, or filing a motion of one’s own, certain basic principles apply. The first principle is to always keep in mind one’s audience. Consider whether one’s brief will be viewed by a seasoned trial judge familiar with the law...