About George B. Bishop, Jr., PA
I am attorney George B. Bishop, Jr., a former prosecutor and solo practitioner with more than 30 years of legal experience in criminal law, personal injury and workers’ compensation. I am a founding member of The South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and member of the American Inns of Court and National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Credibility and trust are the cornerstones of strong legal representation. For that reason, my practice is founded on the principles of honesty, integrity and dedication — backed by substantial courtroom experience.
What Do The Principles Of Integrity · Dedication · Experience Mean For You?
Any legal challenge requires attention to detail, a solid legal strategy and the knowledge in building a case that can only be obtained through extensive courtroom experience. If you are facing criminal charges, or have suffered an injury, you can count on me to give you respect, straightforward guidance and aggressive advocacy aimed at obtaining the best outcome possible.
No two cases are the same. The details are always of vital importance in building a case or defending against criminal charges. I evaluate each unique aspect of every case to determine what strategies may lead to the best results. I explain the options to clients and advise each client how the law applies to the facts.
My dedication to obtaining solutions that are tailored to the individual goals of each client will give you the peace of mind that your legal issue will be handled with integrity. I do not stand in judgment. My goal is to provide my clients with the information they need to make solid choices and aggressive advocacy in negotiations, legal hearings and trial, when necessary. Moreover, my substantial experience in state and federal court, earned over the course of more than 30 years provides me with a strong command of the law.
Location: Moncks Corner, SC
Phone: (843) 761-8213
Areas Of Practice
- Criminal Defense
- Criminal Law
- Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
- Workers' Compensation Law
- Criminal Law - Federal (White Collar Crime)
- Drug Charges
- South Carolina, 1984
- University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, South Carolina