At Noland Law Firm, LLC, we believe in providing smart, professional and caring legal representation to the people of Georgia. No matter who you are or what your socioeconomic status is, our lawyers will work with you to provide the best legal service they can. Whether you are charged with a crime or have been injured in an accident, we have the experience necessary to help.
Our founding attorney has lived in Macon since he started law school in 1997. He has spent over 20 years learning about the law and using that knowledge to defend the rights of Georgia citizens. We pride ourselves on our communication with our clients. You will know where you stand at all times, and we are available to answer all questions.
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William Noland has been representing people in divorce and child custody matters, people facing criminal charges, and personal injury and wrongful death victims since 2000. William has tried dozens of criminal and civil cases in state and federal courts in Georgia and has extensive experience in the appellate courts as well. An expert in search and seizure law, William served as lead counsel in a DUI case which started in the State Court of Bibb County and ultimately ended with the Georgia Supreme Court issuing an opinion invalidating the Bibb County Sheriff’s roadblock program and leading to the dismissal of dozens of DUI cases in Bibb County. William has also helped his clients achieve reduced, charges, dismissals, not guilty verdicts, and appellate victories in numerous other criminal cases, including drug cases, violent felonies, sexual assault cases, traffic offenses and other crimes.
William takes pride in successfully guiding clients through divorce, custody and other family law matters. While certainly not the easiest cases, family law matters provide an opportunity to help people through trying times and to protect those who need it most. William’s experience, preparation, knowledge of the process, and comfort in the courtroom often lead to positive results for his clients.
In his civil practice, William has handled trials and appeals in all types of injury cases, often successfully employing the use of expert witnesses to achieve a successful result. William has also helped clients in trial and appellate courts achieve results in employment and contract cases as well as election law and civil rights cases.
William and his wife, Bright, live in Macon with their two sons. William is active in the Macon community, having served as a baseball, soccer, and basketball coach. William is also active in the Georgia High School Mock Trial Program, having served as the Regional Coordinator for the Central Georgia Region since 2004 and the State Program Chair in 2009.
William has been recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers magazine and has earned an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest attainable peer review rating from this globally recognized organization. William was also honored to receive the 2016 William Augustus Bootle Professionalism Award from the Macon Bar Association.
Grace Simms Martin is a native to Macon, having returned home after graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Georgia’s Undergraduate Honors Program in 2015 and the University of Georgia School of Law in 2018. Upon graduation from law school, Grace took a position as an Assistant District Attorney in the Macon Judicial Circuit, where she gained extensive experience prosecuting both misdemeanor and felony offenses while focusing on the prosecution of serious sex crimes. In point, Grace’s passion for trial work and innate litigation skills led to her being trusted to handle a felony sexual assault case as her first jury trial when she was only an intern. She then remained with the District Attorney’s Office for two years before deciding to branch out into more diverse areas of law by joining Noland Law Firm. Grace will now be practicing criminal defense, personal injury law, and family law, where she will be able to focus her skills on advocating for clients both in and out of the courtroom.
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|Criminal Defense||Since 2019|