William H. Edwards
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Mr. Edwards has held leadership roles in pro bono service programs with the South Carolina Bar/Young Lawyer’s Division, has participated in the South Carolina Bar’s Ask-a-Lawyer Program, and is an avid representative of military personnel in residential landlord/tenant matters through Fort Jackson.
His civic activities include the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the West
Columbia Beautification Foundation, Richland Library Friends & Foundations Board, the Columbia YMCA, and the Vista Nights Rotary Club.
His practice includes automobile accidents, personal injury, wrongful death cases, civil and business litigation, residential landlord-tenant cases, and local government law. He is also licensed to practice in U.S. District Court.
LeadershipMr. Spradley has served as a State Prosecutor for the Eleventh Circuit Solicitor’s Office where he became the first prosecutor for the Lexington County Multi-Agency Narcotics Enforcement Team. He has also served as the municipal judge for the Town of Ridge Spring. He has been a speaker at seminars directed at the prosecution and defense of criminal matters as well as magistrate classes. He is a former Board Member for the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has also completed courses at the National Criminal Defense College and the National Advocacy Center. In 2022, Mr. Spradley was honored as a Leadership in Law honoree.
MembershipsSouth Carolina Bar Lexington County Bar Tri-County Bar South Carolina Association for Justice South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
EducationMr. Spradley is a 1987 graduate of Batesburg-Leesville High School, a 1991 graduate of the University of South Carolina- Aiken, and a 1997 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law.