Charleston Attorney David Aylor has succeeded at building a thriving law practice in his name and has worked on cases in South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, Virginia and West Virginia. Recognized for his unique experiences and talent as a criminal defense attorney and litigator, David Aylor also serves as the acting Prosecutor for the City of Hanahan, South Carolina. Before he was appointed to the post, David was Assistant Solicitor in the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office for the County of Charleston. His strong participation in the government sector has enabled Attorney David Aylor to develop a reliably in-depth view of how the law operates on both sides of the courtroom. His exposure to this special perspective has allowed this progressive-minded Charleston lawyer to ensure fair treatment to his clients, which has served as a secure advantage during his appearances in the courtroom.

Aside from clerking for the SC Senate Judiciary Committee under Senator Glenn McConnell, David Aylor also clerked for US Magistrate Judge Robert S. Carr, now retired. David Aylor also did clerking work for criminal attorney Andrew J. Savage in Charleston.

South Carolina native David Aylor was accorded recognition by the readers of Charleston City Paper by being voted the Best Law Firm/Lawyer in Charleston. Furthermore, attorney David Aylor has earned an AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale Hubbell. He has also been featured at a SuperLawyers Rising Star for two consecutive years since 2014. A 2015 Honoree by the Leadership in Law Committee of South Carolina Lawyers Weekly, David Aylor holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science earned from the College of Charleston in 2002. He completed a Juris Doctorate in 2006 at the University Of South Carolina School Of Law.

Licensed to appear in all South Carolina State courts, David Aylor aims for excellence in law practice each and every day.