Eric Kramer

Eric Kramer

Savannah, Georgia

Eric is a native of Alamo, a small town in Central Georgia.  He moved to Savannah to attend Armstrong Atlantic State University (now Georgia Southern), and worked with Williams & Pine before enrolling in law school at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.

While at Mercer, Eric clerked for Presiding Judge M. Yvette Miller at the Georgia Court of Appeals, and was a published member of the Mercer Law Review.  His publication analyzed a 2017 Georgia Supreme Court holding that rendered inadmissible the results of the Romber Balance field sobriety test in DUI prosecutions.  Eric graduated magna cum laude from Mercer, and was inducted into Mercer's Brainerd Curie Honor Society.

After passing the bar, Eric rejoined Williams & Pine as an associate.  Having lived in Savannah prior to attending Mercer, he jumped at the chance to return to a community he loves and a law firm that groomed him to excel as an attorney.  He currently serves the Savannah community in several practice areas, with focuses in criminal defense, juvenile court practice, and family law.  

Areas of Practice

  • Criminal Defense
  • Juvenile Court Practice
  • Family Law

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Court Middle District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Georgia

Published Works

  • The Romberg Imbalance: Mitchell v. State Upsets the Equilibrium of Admissible Field Sobriety Tests in Georgia, 69 Mercer L. Rev. 607 (2018)