Alexandra Morris Lewis received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a pre-law concentration from Georgia State University in 2010, graduating on the Dean’s List and a member of Phi Sigma Tau Greek Honors Society. As an undergraduate student, Alexandra began an internship at The Mittelstadt Firm as research assistant to firm President and Criminal Defense Investigator, Charles Mittelstadt. She fueled her interest in criminal defense law and gained critical skills in legal research and writing, discovery analysis, defense strategies, and strong investigative responses to evidentiary case goals.
Alexandra earned her Juris Doctorate from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2013. She furthered her expertise in criminal defense law by applying her investigative skills and served as a member of the defense team for several notable, high profile criminal cases including: Ben Roethlisberger investigation (NFL - Milledgeville, GA), McNulty v. Roethlisberger in Reno, Nevada, State v. Radric Davis (Rapper Gucci Mane), State v. Sheriff Victor Hill, State v. Juaquin Malphurs (Rapper Waka Flocka Flame), State v. Brittney McNorton (GF of NFL Calvin Johnson), State v. Patrick Leach (Son of television show “Barney” creator- California), State v. William Leonard Roberts II (Rapper Rick Ross).
Alexandra Lewis became a solo practitioner in the fall of 2014 and has since become experienced in all areas of criminal defense law, including traffic cases, DUI, misdemeanor, and felony offenses. The Lewis Firm, LLC is located in north Fulton County and is focused on client relationships and results that prove Alexandra will fight aggressively to ensure you receive the best defense.
Alexandra is a member of the American Bar Association, the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Cobb County Bar Association. She is currently an active member of the Georgia State Bar and is admitted to practice in both the Superior and Supreme Court.
Alexandra lives in Vinings with her husband, Joe Lewis, and their myriad of well-loved pets.