Guy J. Notte attended John Marshall Law School (Chicago, Illinois, 1964-1966) After relocating to Atlanta he began practicing law in May, 1968.
Mr. Notte attained the rank of Captain in the United States Army in U.S. Army Intelligence. After leaving the service in December 1969, he began actively practicing criminal defense and personal injury law in Atlanta.
Mr. Notte taught at the then Massey Law College in Atlanta in 1970 and actually was Dean of this school for two years. In 1978, the judges of the DeKalb-Rockdale Circuit appointed Mr. Notte the Public Defender of Rockdale County. He represented defendants charged with crimes ranging from DUI’s to the Death Penalty.
Mr. Notte has defended those accused of crimes in many states both in Federal and States Courts. In 1974, Mr. Notte appeared before and was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He is also admitted to practice in all the Federal District Courts in Georgia as well as the Federal District Court of Columbia, South Carolina. His practice has included the defense of people from Pine Bluff, Arkansas to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and from New York to Florida.
As you will see in the representative cases to follow, Mr. Notte has been on the cutting edge of making law and arguing for exceptions to many of its principles.