The Gainesville Times reports that Bell & Washington attorney Ashley Bell was sworn in recently as a special assistant to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. He will be working as part of the department’s bureau of public affairs to make sure President Donald Trump’s vision for America’s place in the world is communicated clearly. Bell previously served on the …
The Atlanta Journal reports that in an unusual bipartisan show of support, six state Senate Democrats sponsored a resolution to commend Ashley Bell, a Democrat-turned-Republican from Georgia who now works for the Donald Trump administration. The measure was adopted without debate. Senate Resolution 333 praises Bell’s “determination, intelligence and work ethic” in rising from Hall County commissioner, as a Democrat, …
Attorney Quinton Washington is representing a college student, Shanita Maeberry, who was arrested after a scuffle with Roswell police during a traffic stop. It was a first arrest for Maeberry who just received her associates degree in criminal justice, and plans to be a juvenile probation officer. Read the full story here.
The Daily Report has announced their annual list of 25 young lawyers “On the Rise,” and Ashley Bell is proud to be included in the list of honorees. See the full list here.
Gainesville racial slur lawsuit uses Fair Housing Act of 1968 to back up over a dozen alleged verbal harassments.
On Tuesday, August 6, 2013, Usher Raymond’s son nearly drowned in pool a little more than a year after death of Usher’s other son represented by Attorney Ashley Bell.
Attorney Ashley Bell sits with Tameka Raymond in her interview with Jovita Moore.
A Gainesville family is scared after their neighbor allegedly yelled racial slurs and pointed a gun in their direction. Attorney Ashley Bell and his legal team is filing a lawsuit against the neighbor.
Judge rejects possible plea deal for cheating scandal by former superintendent Beverly Hall. Education lawyer Quinton Washington explains why Judge Jerry Baxter refused the Alford plea.
A former Forest Park city councilwoman turned herself in Monday after a warrant was issued for her arrest over T-shirts she bought for her constituents.