Free Consultation: (205) 502-2000Tap to Call This Lawyer
William C. White IIParkman White, LLP
- White Collar Crime, Criminal Law
- Alabama, District of Columbia, New York
Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
William White is a founding member of Parkman White, LLP. He is licensed in Alabama, New York, and the District of Columbia. A former prosecutor, his practice focuses on White Collar and Criminal Defense and he has been involved in some of the most high profile state and federal criminal cases across the country over the last 20 years. Parkman White, LLP has years of experience representing businesses and professionals in a wide variety of legal matters.
- University of Alabama School of Law
- J.D. (1998)
- University of Alabama - Birmingham
- B.S. | Accounting
- Managing Partner
- Parkman White, LLP
- - Current
- Deputy District Attorney
- District Attorneys office
- Lee & McInish
- Alabama's Drug Laws, Alabama District Attorneys Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama
- Voir Dire in Alabama, Alabama District Attorneys Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama
- AV Preeminent
- Peer Rated for Highest Level of Professional Excellence
- Top 100 Trial Lawyers
- The National Trial Lawyers
- Alabama State Bar
- - Current
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar
- New York
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- White Collar Crime
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
- English: Spoken, Written
- Q. 13a-12-212, If a person is in possession of multiple controlled substances, can they be charged a count for each c/s ?
- A: This is correct. Alabama caselaw has held that you can only be charged once, even with different controlled substances.
- Q. DV 3RD I GOT MY GUN AND LOADED IT CAUSE SHE CALLED HER DAD BUT I NEVER THREATENED HIM JUST PROTECTION IS IT MENACING
- A: Based on the facts you presented, it sounds like you have a good defense to a menacing charge if you never pointed the loaded weapon at anyone, or threatened anyone with it.
- Q. What state don't extradite
- A: I believe that all 50 states have various laws and agreements to extradite for felonies. A small minority of states do not extradite for misdemeanors.
Contact & Map