Charles Tucker Jr., Senior Partner at Tucker Moore Law Group, LLP., is a triple alum from St. Johns University with a Bachelors of Arts, Masters in Public Administration and a Juris Doctorate graduating Magna Cum Laude two out of the three times. He started his legal career at the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office and quickly became rose up the ranks and became known as a skilled litigator. During his 6 years at the office he prosecuted complex domestic violence cases, homicides and special victim cases. He left the office in 2005 as a Senior Trial Attorney in the Special Victims Unit.
He moved to the District of Columbia and worked as an Assistant Attorney General in Personnel Labor and Employment Division where he racked up an over 98% victory percentage on cases defending the DC Police Department and the DC Fire Department.
He was picked to be the General Counsel for the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources in June 2012 and left in January 2013 to open the Tucker Law Group, LLP a boutique litigation firm in the District of Columbia. Charles is the Managing partner of the group which specializes in criminal and civil litigation and complex federal litigation cases involving civil suits against local governments and federal agencies. He has served as the Corporate Counsel for a multimillion dollar transportation company in DC for the past 3 years. Charles has been recognized as an outstanding litigation attorney in several jurisdictions with over 300 jury trials, bench trials and administrative hearings to his credit. He has been recognized as an expert in criminal defense litigation, civil litigation and employment litigation.
Charles is also a distinguished adjunct professor for over 17 years teaching criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law and business law classes on the undergraduate level, graduate and post doctorate level. He is licensed in NY, MD and the District of Columbia in both state and federal courts. He is also licensed in federal court in Colorado. He is currently pending admission in North Carolina and Virginia.