Shane A. Taylor
Shane was raised in Birmingham, Alabama. At 17, he enlisted in the Army where he served with the 1st Infantry Division. After leaving the military, he worked as a police officer for the Birmingham Police Department for over 10 years. Shane attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He then attended the Cumberland School of Law where he served on the American Journal of Trial Advocacy as a Senior Associate Editor.
Shane is the author of Up In Smoke: Online Privacy Becomes The Latest Casualty In The War On Drugs, published in the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.
He is a founding member and past President of the Mobile Criminal Defense Lawyers Association where he currently serves on the board of directors.
Shane regularly practices in all Alabama and Mississippi state courts as well as in the Federal Courts for the Central and Southern Districts of Alabama as well as the Federal Courts for the State of Mississippi.
Shane currently lives on the Eastern Shore.
Attorney Sean Phinney is admitted to practice before all courts in the State of Alabama, including all United States District Courts for the District of Alabama. Mr. Phinney graduated from Brenau University (Cum Laude), then received his law degree from Western Michigan University. While in law school, Mr. Phinney represented elderly clients as a student attorney with the Sixty Plus Elderlaw clinic and served on the Mock Trial Board competing on the intra school and national levels.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Phinney practiced mainly in the area of personal injury/premises liability, working for one of the regions largest personal injury firms helping injured individuals obtain compensation for their injuries. He is a member of the Alabama Association for Justice and the Southern Trial Lawyers Association as well as the Alabama and Mobile bars.
Sean lives in midtown Mobile with his wife Lori and daughter Hannah.