The law firm of J. Keith Pollette, P.C. is dedicated to representing the best interests of our clients in criminal cases, including traffic and speeding cases, probate matters, personal injury cases, real estate matters, divorce cases, and other family law matters.
Originally from south Georgia, Mr. Pollette is a graduate of Middle Georgia College and the University of Georgia. Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Pollette worked in the public sector as a law enforcement officer, and in the private sector in small business as well as in commercial banking.
Mr. Pollette is a graduate of the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While attending law school, Mr. Pollette was President of the Georgia Student Bar Association and was an Associate Editor of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. Mr. Pollette has practiced law with one of the largest law firms in the State of Georgia, representing clients in medical malpractice cases, commercial litigation cases, governmental liability cases, and probate and real estate matters. Mr. Pollette has since concentrated in representing clients in criminal cases, including traffic and speeding cases, probate matters, personal injury cases, real estate matters, divorce cases, and other family law matters. As the City Attorney for the City of Soperton, Georgia, and as the Solicitor General of Treutlen County, Mr. Pollette cannot represent clients in the Municipal Court of Soperton, or in the State Court of Treutlen County. However, Mr. Pollette can represent clients in any other court in the State of Georgia, including all appellate courts, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia.