Shannon R. Aldous earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida in 1998, and her Juris Doctor from Barry University School of Law in 2002. Shannon began practicing law in Florida in 2002 and obtained her law license in North Carolina in 2007. She devotes all of her practice to criminal law, representing clients in District and Superior Courts across the Charlotte metro area. Prior to focusing on criminal defense, she handled Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability claims, and civil litigation. This diverse experience offers meaningful insights into her current practice.
A Veteran Trial Lawyer
One key to being a successful criminal defense attorney is the willingness to take cases to trial. When the prosecution understands that the lawyer on the other side will prepare a strong case in the courtroom, they are more likely to be reasonable at other points in the case. Shannon Aldous has tried many cases, both before a judge and jury. Furthermore, she prepares every case with the understanding that trial is possible. By doing so, she can defend her clients to the best of her ability.
Personal Attention Sets The Firm Apart
Every person facing criminal charges needs to be able to reach their attorney. When lawyers don’t return phone calls, it is extremely aggravating. Shannon places a high priority on returning calls as quickly as possible and being accessible to her clients. Her personal approach to practicing law, combined with her skill and professionalism, make Shannon a strong choice to handle any criminal case.