Kyle E Epps III
Mr. Epps is a Georgia native, who worked fourteen years in law enforcement, while also attending law school full-time. While in law enforcement Mr. Epps was involved with thousands of criminal cases as well as several hundred DUI cases. As an instructor at the police academy, he trained hundreds of officers. He was also a member of the SWAT team and later a founding member of the Cobb County Gang Unit.
Mr. Epps worked at the Forsyth County Solicitors Office prosecuting misdemeanor criminal cases. Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1996, he became a member of the United State District Court for the 11th Circuit. Mr. Epps is active in the Forsyth County Juvenile Court, and served as Judge Pro Tempore when requested by the Chief Judge.
Mr. Epps is passionate about the practice they have built upon a foundation of accomplishments they have earned. He attributes earned achievements to his entire adult life being spent in the criminal justice system, his trials as a prosecutor and the talent he has attracted to work with him. The practice is built with a focus on client goals with strict guidelines to operate in a professional efficient business environment.
Mr. Epps attended Georgia State University on a Golf Scholarship, he promotes golf among his favorite things to do on the weekend. He is an active supporter of several high school sports teams and loves football at both high school and college levels. Mr. Epps is committed to be a consistent donor to St. Jude Hospital.
Areas of Practice
- Criminal Defense
- Family Law
- Georgia, 1996
- U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit
- Georgia State University
Past Employment Positions
- Forsyth County Solicitors Office
- Cobb County Police Department