Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
507 Courthouse Lane
Augusta GA 30901


(706) 504-9662


(706) 920-2826

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Laura firmly believes that every individual deserves excellent representation to navigate the often confusing and complex criminal justice system. If you have been accused of a crime, Laura work tirelessly defend you in the charges you face and ensure that your constitutional rights are protected.

As a former prosecutor, Laura understands the burden that the state carries in order to convict a person of a crime. She will use that knowledge to fully evaluate your case to identify where the state may have issues of proof or where your constitutional rights may have been violated in order to come to the best possible outcome for you.

Laura Jordan

Laura S Jordan Attorney At Law

Laura began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney for the Augusta Judicial Circuit, where she was responsible for the prosecution of crimes ranging from misdemeanors to serious violent felonies. During her time as an Assistant District Attorney, Laura handled hundreds of cases, gaining valuable courtroom experience.

Since going into private practice, in addition to representing those who have been accused of crimes, Laura has represented injured individuals and their families in cases that include medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and neglect, and slip and fall accidents.


Bar Number: 873011
Georgia, 2010

Bar Number: 101769
South Carolina, 2014


University of Georgia
Bachelor of Arts, 2007

College of William and Mary School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2010

Laura Jordan

Laura S Jordan Attorney At Law

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