Before joining Hall Booth Smith, Ms. DeRuyter served as an Assistant Solicitor-General for the Cobb County Solicitor-General’s Office. During her time as an Assistant Solicitor-General, Ms. DeRuyter prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases and gained extensive courtroom experience. She sat first chair on multiple jury trials, tried many bench trials, routinely argued motions on behalf of the State of Georgia, and negotiated hundreds of plea agreements.
Ms. DeRuyter was raised in Atlanta. After graduating from The Lovett School, she attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota where she received her B.A. in Environmental Studies. While in college, Ms. DeRuyter enlisted in the Army National Guard. She completed Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and graduated in August 2011. She is no longer is in the service but continues to serve her community through the dedicated representation of her clients.
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Hall Booth Smith Adds Four Associates as Atlanta Office Grows
September 18, 2018
Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is pleased to add four new associates at its office in Atlanta as the firm expands its defense practice across the
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