Over 13 Years of Experience
It’s not unusual to find a defense attorney with a strong passion for justice. It’s the values that an attorney demonstrates that sets them apart from their competitors. Not every lawyer is dedicated to establishing a one-on-one, trusted relationship with their clients. Attorney Glenn Justis offers every client the personal attention and guidance they deserve.
Glenn was born and raised in New Jersey. He first moved to South Carolina for college, when he attended The Citadel. After graduating in 1990, he launched a successful career in business. He married his wife Laine, and they raised a son named Joe. Despite his success, Glenn knew the business world wasn’t for him. He wanted to do more than make money. He wanted to make a difference and help other people who couldn’t help themselves. With that in mind, Glenn began to develop a new goal.
Glenn left the business world behind and enrolled in the Charleston School of Law and graduated with his JD in 2007. During his studies, he worked as an intern at the 1st Circuit Solicitor’s Office (that’s what people outside of South Carolina would call the District Attorney). He was also awarded the Arthur G. Howe Trial Advocacy Award. When he graduated, he signed on to work full-time as an Assistant Solicitor in Orangeburg County. He transferred to Dorchester County, where he worked up until 2018. During his tenure as an Assistant Solicitor, Glenn handled nearly 5,000 criminal cases. These ranged in severity from shoplifting to murder. After 11 years of work as a prosecutor, he entered private practice and put his prosecution skills to work defending clients in criminal court. Today, you can usually find him in his office, reviewing cases and drafting motions. But that’s only on a weekday.
Outside of work, Glenn is a dedicated family man and an avid outdoorsman. In fact, before he founded the Justis Law Firm, he hiked the entire Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. The 2,190.9-mile journey took 145 days to complete. Upon completion of the Appalachian Trail, he published his memoirs regarding the adventure, Walking to Maine: A Scoutmaster’s Journey on the Appalachian Trail. These days, Glenn strives to spread his love of the outdoors to the community. He’s an Eagle Scout who enjoys volunteering as a Scoutmaster for a local Boy Scout troop.
His journey has been anything but straightforward. Along the way, he’s learned skills like commitment, determination, and persistence. Those skills aren’t just useful for an outdoorsman. They’re also the traits that can help win your case. Glenn didn’t back down from any challenges he faced on the trail, and he will use that same tenacity in your case.
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