R. Champ Crocker
R. Champ Crocker, Attorney
R. Champ Crocker, an Alabama-based lawyer, has served as a Special Assistant Attorney General, a municipal judge, and a law professor. He has the skills and experience to handle complex litigation in state and federal courts.
Champ is licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court, where he attends oral arguments every chance he gets. He is a frequent lecturer as well as a commentator on legal issues, with a particular interest in the forensic use of technological evidence.
He authored “Cell Phones, Text Messages and The Constitution,” in 2011, concerning the warrant requirements and admissibility of evidence seized from wireless devices. Champ has been named in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Alabama for seven straight years and in 2015, was admitted to the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, an association dedicated promoting the highest standards of legal excellence, for the top 1% of attorneys in the United States.
Champ earned his college degree from Vanderbilt University in 1998 and his law degree from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in 2001. He is admitted to the bar in Alabama and the United States Supreme Court.
When he isn’t in court, Champ enjoys spending time with his family, attending Alabama football games and long-distance running.