R.L. “Ed” Edwards provides criminal and civil legal services to active-duty military, veterans, and other individuals who are in need. Ed is a Mississippi Army National Guard Judge Advocate (Major), who has firsthand, real-world experience, with the unique legal needs faced by members of the armed forces. He also has extensive experience in the civilian court system in cases ranging from criminal defense to personal injury, and family law, including divorce.
When you go to court, an attorney who knows the local court system can be a crucial ally. Ed is familiar with how local judges approach cases, what Hancock and Harrison criminal prosecutors usually offer in plea agreements, and what local civil attorneys view as fair settlements. Use Ed’s knowledge of the law, and the local courts, to your advantage when you are deciding whether to make a deal or push to trial.
As a divorce and family law litigator, Ed uses his knowledge and experience to the advantage of his client in obtaining the best-possible outcome in, arguably, one of the most painful and stressful experiences a person will go through in life. As a court-certified guardian ad litem, Attorney Ed Edwards uses his legal and real-world experience in making his recommendations to the court regarding the minor, while always striving for the best long-term outcome for the family.
Attorney Ed Edwards represents defendants in felony, misdemeanor, and traffic cases, allowing all individuals to have their day in court. His knowledge of the law and extensive experience have recently landed him the appointment as the Bay St. Louis City Prosecutor.
Additionally, Ed focuses on helping military veterans receive their benefits and assisting active and former service members with the unique issues that they face in domestic and family law disputes.
He helps consumers who have been taking advantage of financially by unscrupulous third party debt collectors. Ed also represents defendants in felony, misdemeanor, and traffic cases, allowing all individuals to have their day in court.
If you are looking for an experienced attorney who treats each and every client as his most important client in or around Hancock and Harrison Counties, Mississippi, call our office today at (228) 342-8128 to schedule a FREE consultation.