Brandon Falls


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Meet Brandon Falls

What I Offer

The largest part of my legal career has been spent as a criminal prosecutor, first as a Deputy District Attorney, and then as the elected District Attorney, in the largest jurisdiction in the state. Each day, I assisted more than twenty police jurisdictions with the investigation of felony offenses, and prosecuted thousands of defendants for their crimes. During that time, I convicted murderers, rapists, robbers and drug traffickers, and gained more trial experience than most attorneys achieve in an entire career. The experience taught me how to dig through the evidence to reach the truth, and bring that truth to light to help those who have been wronged.

Now that I am in civil practice, I bring those years of courtroom experience and my passion for finding the truth to work for my clients. An unfortunate reality of the business world is that some companies are willing to cheat their customers. When that happens, I stand ready to find the truth and fight for everything that my client deserves.

My Mission

To zealously represent my clients, to provide them the guidance and direction they need during tough times, and to use all of my experience and abilities as an attorney to bring them justice.

On a Personal Note

My Dad has said that I am the only person that he ever met who knew that he wanted to be an attorney at age twelve. Really, I just wanted someone to speak for me when I was in trouble, so it was natural for me to want to speak for others when they face adversity in their own lives. After spending so many years protecting the public, it means so much to me to be able to continue protecting those who need my help.

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Attorney Profile

Brandon Falls graduated from the University of Alabama in 1994 and the University of Alabama School of Law in 1997, and took a job with the District Attorney’s Office in Birmingham, Alabama right out of law school. There, he quickly gained a wealth of experience in the courtroom and moved up the ranks in the office to the role of Division Chief.

In addition to taking a leadership role in the office, Mr. Falls took great pride in teaching attorneys how to try cases. Close to home, he served as an adjunct professor at Cumberland School of Law and spoke regularly at the University of Alabama School of Law. On a larger scale, he taught Trial Advocacy for the National District Attorneys Association at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina and Salt Lake City, Utah, and at classes presented by NDAA across the nation.

In 2008, he was appointed by Alabama’s Governor to the position of District Attorney for the Tenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama, and was subsequently elected by the people of Jefferson County, Alabama to that position in 2010. During his eight years as District Attorney, Mr. Falls worked tirelessly to represent the people he served. Due to his vast experience in the justice system, he was invited to serve on Alabama’s Criminal Code Committee, the Alabama Sentencing Commission, and the Alabama Supreme Court’s Committee for the Rules of Criminal Procedure.

During his time in office, he was recognized for his work in law enforcement by Crime Stoppers as Crime Stopper of the Year, and he was honored for his work as an advocate for victims by the YWCA as their Man of Valor. He served on the Board of Directors for the Prescott House Child Advocacy Center, and was a founding board member of One Place Metro Alabama Family Justice Center.

After nineteen years of working in the criminal justice system, Falls went to work for Campbell Law, PC in 2016, where he is writing the second act of his legal career.