Well-known Charleston attorney, David Aylor , died. Let’s see How did David Aylor die and What happened to David Aylor in detail.
How did David Aylor die?
On January 2, famous Charleston attorney David Aylor passed away.
The cause and method of Aylor’s death have not yet been identified, according to the Charleston County Coroner’s office, although it was confirmed that he died at home at the age of 41.
The Charleston Police are looking into it.
Aylor’s law firm released a statement,
“David, we miss you, we love you, and we will continue to make you proud.”
"We are all heartbroken to no longer work alongside David, but he left the firm with a strong succession plan and a talented team who will continue providing top notch representation and service to the firm’s clients."https://t.co/UKF457vte5
— David Aylor (@DavidAylor) January 2, 2023
According to longtime friend and former colleague Stephen Schmutz, the legal community is startled.
“The legal community is going to miss him,”
“There is going to be a huge hole there.”
What happened to David Aylor?
David Aylor, 41, was discovered dead at his residence in downtown Charleston on Monday, according to a law enforcement official involved in the investigation.
At this time, there is no suspicion of foul play, claims the source. The reason and manner of death were still under investigation as of Monday night, according to the coroner.
MedicoTopics is attempting to find out additional details regarding Aylor’s passing.
The sudden passing of @DavidAylor is a gut punch to the Lowcountry. His leadership went far and above the courtroom. He was very active with his community service to so many worthy organizations. He will be greatly missed. pic.twitter.com/2hJgOSJUOv
— Christian LeBlanc (@amazechristianl) January 2, 2023
Who was David Aylor ?
Aylor founded the David Aylor Law Office, a personal injury law business, in 2007.
David had worked as a criminal defense lawyer and civil litigator in addition to serving as the City of Hanahan’s interim prosecutor. Hanahan previously held the position of an assistant solicitor for Charleston County’s Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office before being appointed to this position.Aylor founded the David Aylor Law Office, a personal injury law business, in 2007.
He had worked as a criminal defense lawyer and civil litigator in addition to serving as the City of Hanahan’s interim prosecutor.
Hanahan previously held the position of an assistant solicitor for Charleston County’s Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office before being appointed to this position.
According to his corporate profile, Aylor started practicing law in the Lowcountry and Grand Strand in 2007 after earning his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2006 and his bachelor’s degree in political science from the College of Charleston four years earlier.
Aylor has also served as the City of Hanahan’s prosecutor and was once the assistant solicitor for Charleston County in the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office.
According to Aylor’s website, he also worked as a law clerk for several well-known Charleston residents, including U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert S. Carr, Charleston criminal defense lawyer Andy Savage, and Glenn McConnell, a former state senator from Charleston who later rose to the position of lieutenant governor and president of the College of Charleston.
After federal prosecutors withdrew an October charge that aimed to have Aylor publicly punished for defying a court order on distributing evidence, Aylor made headlines last month. Prosecutors admitted in December that he didn’t break any ethics laws.
Tributes to David Aylor
David Aylor became well known for his work as a DUI, personal injury, and criminal defense lawyer. As soon as news of his passing spread, Twitter was flooded with condolences.
These are a few of the responses:
— Tyler Boone (@tylerbooner) January 2, 2023
Sad to see this! 🙏🏼
Prominent Lowcountry lawyer David Aylor found dead in home: Coroner https://t.co/3vwpNB9OT3
— Trooper Bob (@TrooperBob_SC) January 2, 2023
“So very sorry for your family :'(”
Lindsay Kale wrote,
“A picture is worth a million words, especially when you are speechless. Heaven gained a most heartfelt man today. David Aylor would drop anything for anyone no matter the time and proved his love for his family and friends, the community and Charleston as a whole time and time again. Truly can’t imagine this world without you. I know that B.J. was waiting for you, with arms wide open and happy to be reunited with his best friend again. This is the only thing that brings me a slight piece of comfort. Praying so hard for this family and large friend group. We will miss you so much ❤️ Until we meet again, stay out of trouble with B.J. and watch over all of us here on Earth side 🍒”
“So sorry to hear of the passing of attorney David Aylor. In Feb 2021 he saw a news story of our troop’s trailer being stolen and immediately stepped up and bought us a brand new one. He had it delivered to us just three days after our old one was stolen. Not only that, a few weeks later another another troop about 10 miles away had their trailer stolen and he bought one for them, too! He was a former scout who never quite made it to Eagle, but he loved coming to our troop meeting and seeing the scouts and hearing on about their adventures. May God’s Perpetual Light shine upon him.”
One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died.
We wish him eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to his loved ones, family, friends. May he rest in peace.
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