Attorney David Aylor
Since 2007 David Aylor has been building a thriving law practice in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, establishing a dynamic and experienced presence in the region. Local and national media outlets have routinely solicited his legal analysis and opinions. His extensive criminal and civil casework has been featured on networks and publications such as:
In addition to succeeding as a criminal defense attorney and civil litigator, David is the acting Prosecutor for the City of Hanahan, SC. Prior to this appointment, he served as Assistant Solicitor in the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office for Charleston County. David’s participation in the government sector provides him with a comprehensive view of how the law works on both sides of the courtroom. Being exposed to this unique perspective better equips David to ensure that his clients are treated fairly, giving him an advantage in the courtroom.
David also clerked for the SC Senate Judiciary Committee under Sen. Glenn McConnell, as well as clerking for US Magistrate Judge Robert S. Carr (ret.) and criminal attorney Andrew J. Savage, III here in Charleston.
David has an AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale Hubbell, and was featured at a SuperLawyers Rising Star for 2013
Seminars and Presentations
- Instructor at the College of Charleston, Criminal and Civil Law
- Instructor at Trident Technical College, Criminal and Civil Law
- Instructor for Charleston Association of Legal Assistants(CALA) – “Investigating the Witness” Seminar
- Instructor for South Carolina Bar: Family Law Issues Pro Bono Seminar
- Speaker for South Carolina Bar CLE: A Critical Criminal Analysis of Bitcoin, February 2014
- Speaker at the North American Bitcoin Conference: “Is Bitcoin Dirtier than Real Money? A Critical Criminal Analysis of Bitcoin. January 2014
- Speaker at Trident Literacy Center: Legal issues Forum November 2012
- Speaker at The Bastiat Society: Charleston, South Carolina
- Speaker at Trident United Way/Prosperity Center Expungement Clinic, May 2014
- Speaker at Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo, Raleigh, NC, August 2014
- Speaker at Republican Liberty Caucus, September 2014
Civic and Community Service
- Volunteer judge for the Charleston School of Law Moot Court Acting member of the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program
- Participant in the Attorney Assistance Program at The College of Charleston and MUSC (which provides free consultations, legal advice and discounted rates for students)
- Hanahan Elementary Lunch Buddies Mentoring Program Supporter and donor to the Charleston YMCA
- Veterans of Foreign Wars Association
- The Native American Children’s Fund
- The Miracle Hill Rescue Missions
- Member of SC Association for Justice
- Serves on the board of Push Up and Up, a push-up competition to support proven programs in dropout prevention
College of Charleston, B.S., Political Science, 2002
University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2006
Licensed in all South Carolina State Courts
U.S. District Court District of South Carolina
U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court
David Aylor has worked on cases in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, and New York, and Massachusetts.
Meet the Team
Francis Marion University, University of South Carolina School of Law
When I'm not here, I'm outdoors
Ryan Edward Huntley joined the David Aylor Law Firm as an attorney in April 2013. He graduated, summa cum laude, from Francis Marion University with a B.S. in Biology in May 2006. During law school, Ryan served as a legislative intern for United States Senator Jim DeMint. After earning his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law in December 2010, he served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable William H. Seals, Jr. of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit.Ryan was admitted to practice in the State Courts of South Carolina in May 2011, and is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of South Carolina. Ryan is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association, Charleston County Bar Association, and the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He practices in the areas of Personal Injury and Criminal Defense.
J.D. pending Bar Exam Results
Charleston School of Law
When I'm not here, I'm spending time with my family
Jerod Frazier brings a wide array of legal experience and local community involvement to our firm. After receiving recommendations from both Rev. Nelson B. Rivers III, pastor of Charity Missionary Baptist Church and the National Vice President of the NAACP, and Alex Sanders, former Chief Judge of the South Carolina Court of Appeals, Jerod attended the Charleston School of Law, where he served as President of the Black Law Students Association.
Jerod knew he wanted to practice law since his days as an undergrad at Clemson University. He began his professional career as a teacher and then as a law enforcement officer in Charleston. After Jerod experienced first hand the effects of having proper legal representation when it matters most, it solidified his decision to attend law school and defend the rights of clients throughout the Lowcountry. Jerod is originally from West Ashley and has been involved with numerous community organizations, including the North Charleston Community Police Panel, Increasing H.O.P.E., the North Charleston branch of the NAACP, Charleston Area Justice Ministry, and worked on the campaign to elect Senator Marlon Kimpson.
Mount Dora, Florida
University of Florida, Charleston School of Law
When I'm not here, I'm spending time with family, friends, and my two dogs.
Ms. Williams focuses her practice on civil litigation, business law, personal injury, and criminal defense. She handles a diverse set of client's legal needs ranging from pre-suit negotiations through discovery and trial. In the business realm, she handles a wide range of matters from business formation to contract drafting to business dissolution and disputes. Ms. Williams has substantial experience in the legal community, having worked on complex litigation matters leading up to and throughout law school as a paralegal and law clerk. She joined David Aylor's law offices after lending her talents to civil trial work, civil litigation and construction litigation for both an insurance defense and a general practice firm in Charleston.Attorney Williams practices in the areas of Civil Litigation, Business Contracts, Personal Injury & Criminal Defense; and is admitted to practice in South Carolina State and the U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina. She is a member of the Charleston County Bar Association, South Carolina Bar Association, and the Charleston Lawyers Club.
Human Resources Coordinator
College of Charleston, The Citadel
When I'm not here, I'm by the water
As a graduate of The Citadel with a Masters in Counseling, Dakota’s path that led her to her current position at David Aylor Law Offices may not be typical. While she is still interested in the field of psychology and has a love for helping others, she has found a good fit in the fast paced work environment. She handles employee communications and many business operations to ensure that the office runs smoothly. Outside of the office she enjoys crafting, gardening, and all things outdoors.
Flagler Beach, Florida
College of Charleston
When I'm not here, I’m enjoying everything Charleston has to offer
Corey joined the David Aylor Law Offices team as a Legal Assistant after graduating from the College of Charleston. She provides legal and administrative support to the attorneys in the criminal defense department. She enjoys being able to help our clients during a very stressful time in their lives.
Spartanburg Methodist College, College of Charleston
When I'm not here, I'm hunting and fishing, or at least talking about it
Levi was raised in Conway, SC. After graduating Spartanburg Methodist College, he joined the U.S Army and served in the 82nd Airborne Division. After the Army, Levi moved to Charleston, South Carolina. As an Investigator, he's enjoyed working with Attorney David Aylor and helping our many clients through the years. He's had the wonderful opportunity of witnessing many lives changed for the good as we’ve guided them through their legal situations. He prefers the outdoors over a big city, as hunting, fishing and boating have always been a staple in his life.
When I'm not here, I'm cooking
As a native of Colleton County, Leonard is a jack of all trades. He is very well known in the Walterboro community and keeps himself very busy as a Fisherman, Crabber, Cook and Pastor. Leonard has an impressive music background and an all-around love for life. Leonard is an important team member, his area of practice consists of investigations, researching and interviewing cases to the benefit of our clientele.
College of Charleston
When I'm not here, I'm spending time with friends
Sarah joined the David Aylor Law Offices shortly after graduating from the College of Charleston. As administrative assistant she enjoys working with clients and determining unique marketing opportunities. Outside of work Sarah enjoys all that Charleston has to offer between trying new restaurants, attending events, and exploring the city's historic charm.
Walterboro Office Manager
Rocky Mountain College
When I'm not here, I'm working at my farm
Sheri runs and operates our most recently opened office location in Walterboro. She enjoys working within the small close- knit community that she resides in. When she isn’t at the office, she can be found at her farm with her many animals. Sheri stays busy breeding her exotic cats, dogs, and racing thoroughbreds. Sheri’s love and dedication to animals comes hand-in-hand to helping people of the community with all of their legal needs. Stop by for a consultation, or just to say hello!
Morris Brown College
When I'm not here, I'm exploring this beautiful historical city
As an Investigator, Jeff enjoys working with Attorney David Aylor and helping our many clients through the years. He's had the wonderful opportunity and pleasure of witnessing many lives changed for the good as we've guided them through their legal situations. Knowing the truth and by that truth helping those in need is his sole purpose in life.
College of Charleston
When I'm not here, I'm spending time with my family, and going to sporting events and concerts
Emily is currently studying Political Science and Spanish at the College of Charleston. She’s a member of the Eta Lambda chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha and hopes to pursue a JD degree after graduation.
Northwestern University Traffic Institute
Mr. Kimball is a retired law enforcement officer with over 25 years’ service with the Charleston Police Department and Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, most of his law enforcement career was spent assigned to the Traffic Division where he served as a motorcycle officer, motorcycle supervisor, traffic radar instructor, traffic collision investigator and traffic collision reconstructionist (including supervising and advising the Fatal Accident Investigation Team). Mr. Kimball retired from law enforcement in 2000, and since that time has operated a consulting firm specializing in advising attorneys and insurance companies on various aspects of traffic collisions. Mr. Kimball has many hours of specialized training from Northwestern University Traffic Institute and University of North Florida Institute of Police Technology and Management, he is an active member of several organizations including the International Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (current member of the board of directors), Society of Accident Reconstruction, National Association of Traffic Accident Reconstructionists and Investigators, and the South Carolina Association of Reconstruction Specialists. He has been qualified as an expert witness in collision reconstruction cases approximately 50 times in various courts in South Carolina and Georgia.
New York, New York
College of William and Mary
When I’m not here, I’m downtown Charleston trying to enjoy life outside of law school.
Natalie joined the David Aylor Law Offices team after working as a civil litigation paralegal for three years. She brings extensive knowledge and experience in the area of personal injury. Natalie is currently a second year student at the Charleston School of Law where she is a member of Charleston County Bar Student Division, Honor Council, Moot Court Board and editor on Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution. Natalie enjoys helping individuals and hopes to become a successful trial lawyer.