Marietta Office
231 Washington Avenue
Marietta, GA 30060
E -mail: Phone: 770-420-2004
Fax: 770-420-3020
Thomas E. Griner, an attorney with the proven legal experience to get the job done right - the first time.
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Attorney Profile

Attorney Thomas E. Grinerís knowledge of the law and the court system helps achieve excellent results for his clients.

Thomas E. Griner is an established attorney licensed to practice law in Georgia. Although Mr. Griner practices law throughout the Metro Atlanta area, he concentrates his practice on DUI, criminal, and traffic-related cases in Cobb County, where he formerly worked as a prosecuting attorney in State Court and in Superior Court.

Thomas E. Griner served as a guest lecturer in training classes at the Georgia Police Academy and at the North Central Georgia Police Academy. Mr. Griner also trained prosecuting attorneys and police officers in criminal and traffic law and in jury trial techniques at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center.

Thomas E. Griner served as an adjunct professor in criminal justice at Chattahoochee Technical College and taught criminal justice as a guest speaker at Kennesaw State University.

Thomas E. Griner has also testified as an expert witness in court system procedure.

Thomas E. Griner has been lead counsel in more than 140 DUI, criminal, and traffic-related trials. Mr. Griner has argued and presented courtroom evidence in more than one thousand hearings concerning charges ranging from traffic offenses and DUI to murder, kidnapping, arson, rape, burglary, theft, etc.

Thomas E. Griner has appeared as lead counsel before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court (the two highest-level Georgia courts).

Thomas E. Griner also has specialized training and/or experience in the following areas:

  • Administration of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) field sobriety evaluations as applied to DUI investigations
  • Administration of Intoxilyzer 5000 chemical breath test as applied to DUI cases
  • Accident reconstruction techniques with specific application to vehicular homicide and serious injury by vehicle/brain damage cases
  • Autopsy/cause of death
  • Domestic violence investigation/psychology
  • Fingerprint analysis
  • Gunshot wound analysis