Who We Are

Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC

When it comes to selecting an attorney to handle your criminal defense situation, you will need to look for a lawyer who offers dedicated and loyal service. At the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, our lawyers have the experience and personal drive to help ensure a satisfactory outcome to your case. Our founding attorney, James R. Snell, Jr., offers service to those who have either been accused of a crime they did not commit or found themselves in a circumstance they would not typically be facing.

If you or a loved one has been contacted by the police under suspicion of your connection in a crime, it is essential to retain the help of a Lexington criminal lawyer who knows how to provide the defense you require. We can help you understand your rights. We can also help you minimize the chance that you will be convicted by developing a strong and accurate case. There are many different areas of South Carolina that our legal team serves, including Lexington and Columbia.

We offer free case evaluations for those who need to discuss their circumstance with a lawyer who is ready to listen and offer legal guidance. Contact one of our lawyers today for assistance toward your projected goal!

Our firm is also heavily involved in the community and giving back through charitable outreach. View our community page to learn more!

Get to Know Our Team

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James Snell

James Snell, Jr., Attorney

Vicki Koutsogiannis

Vicki Koutsogiannis, Attorney

Lee Snell

Lee B. Snell, Business Manager

Shannon Williamson

Shannon Williamson, Operations Manager

Caitlyn Lovette

Caitlyn Lovette, Intake Coordinator

Emily Jones, Legal Secretary

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