Justice

is

Never easy

FROM THE CREATORS OF UP AND VANISHED

From the producers of Up and Vanished, Sworn is a true crime podcast that pulls back the curtain on the criminal justice system, exposing untold stories and hard truths. Host Philip Holloway, an Atlanta-based defense attorney and former prosecutor, explores complex cases and problems in the American legal system. Join Phil and his team behind the bench, for an inside look into the world of crime and justice.

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The Host

Philip Holloway is the founder of the Holloway Law Group based in Cobb County, Georgia. He has a wide range of experience in legal matters from his time as a police officer, major crimes prosecutor, and current practice as a defense attorney.  Philip is also the legal analyst for WSB Radio in Atlanta, Ga. and appears regularly on national and international media with analysis of legal news items.

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Holloway’s primary focus is criminal law, and he appears regularly in various courts in the state of Georgia. His cases include criminal defense, juvenile law, police law (including police brutality), military law, and select civil litigation. He is a legal adviser to the Oconee County sheriff’s office and maintains his certification with the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council. His areas of expertise include police use-of-force and investigative tactics.

A native Georgian, former police instructor, and certified flight instructor, Holloway began his legal career after graduating summa cum laude in 1996 from South Texas College of Law, where he was on law review and the varsity mock trial team. He went on to serve as an officer and judge advocate in the U.S. Navy. While on active duty, Holloway, then a lieutenant, graduated from the Naval Justice School’s trial advocacy course and earned certification as trial and defense counsel. Holloway has also served as an assistant district attorney, president of the Cobb County Bar Association’s criminal law section, and has sat as a substitute judge. He has been an adjunct professor of criminal justice at Kennesaw State University. He is admitted to practice law in Georgia, Ohio, and the federal courts and is a member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Host

Philip Holloway is the founder of the Holloway Law Group based in Cobb County, Georgia. A former prosecutor and police officer, he has a wide range of experience in legal matters and law enforcement matters, both as a practicing attorney and as a media analyst. Philip is also an excellent political analyst where law and politics intersect.

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Philip Holloway is the founder of the Holloway Law Group based in Cobb County, Georgia. A former prosecutor and police officer, he has a wide range of experience in legal matters and law enforcement matters, both as a practicing attorney and as a media analyst. Philip is also an excellent political analyst where law and politics intersect.

Holloway’s primary focus is criminal law, and he appears regularly in various courts in the state of Georgia. His cases include criminal defense, juvenile law, police law (including police brutality), military law and select civil litigation. He is a legal adviser to the Oconee County, Georgia sheriff’s office and maintains his certification with the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council. Police use-of-force and investigative tactics are among his areas of specialty.

A native Georgian, former police instructor and certified flight instructor, Holloway began his legal career after graduating summa cum laude in 1996 from South Texas College of Law, where he was on law review and the varsity mock trial team. He went on to serve as an officer and judge advocate in the U.S. Navy. While on active duty, Holloway, then a lieutenant, graduated from the Naval Justice School’s trial advocacy course and earned certification as trial and defense counsel. Holloway has also served as an assistant district attorney, president of the Cobb County Bar Association’s criminal law section and has sat as a substitute judge. He has been an adjunct professor of criminal justice at Kennesaw State University. He is admitted to practice law in Georgia, Ohio and the federal courts and is a member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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