Lance C. Unglesby, Grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1999. He earned his law degree from Loyola Law School in 2004. Lance spent the next five years as a public defender at the Orleans Public Defenders in New Orleans, Louisiana. During this time, the office received the 2009 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Award from the Southern Center for Human Rights. Working with dedicated and talented defense teams, Lance participated in and won many complex criminal cases. This included murder acquittals for Clarence Warden and Cornie Jones. His work has been featured on CNBC, the Gambit, the Times Picayune, and local radio. Lance then moved into private practice with Unglesby & Marionneaux. Since joining Unglesby & Marionneaux, Lance has had a series of impressive results-an acquittal in an armed robbery trial, a reduction to manslaughter in a spousal murder trial, a certification of a class-action in a toxic tort case, and over a two million-dollar settlement in a wrongful death action.