The Reason Behind High Profile Attorney David Aylor’s Untimely Death!

Life and Career of David Aylor

David Aylor established the David Aylor Law Office in 2007 to practice personal injury law. As the interim prosecutor for the City of Hanahan, David has also practiced as a criminal defense attorney and civil litigator.  In 2007, Aylor established the personal injury legal firm, David Aylor Law Office.

Aylor began practising law in the Lowcountry and Grand Strand in 2007.

He graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law with a law degree in 2006. He then graduated from College of Charleston with a bachelor’s degree in political science four years earlier, according to his business biography.

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Aylor gained notoriety last month after federal prosecutors dropped an October case that sought to hold him in contempt of court for disobeying a directive to distribute evidence. He didn’t violate any ethics laws, the prosecution acknowledged in December.

What happened to him?

An officer in charge of the inquiry claims that David Aylor, 41, was found dead on Monday, January 2. He was at his home in downtown Charleston.

david aylor cause of death

According to the insider, there is currently no reason to suspect wrongdoing.

The coroner said that as of Monday night, the cause and manner of death were still being investigated.

David Aylor’s cause of death is unknown

David Aylor, a well-known Charleston lawyer, died on January 2.

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The Charleston County Coroner’s office reports that Aylor died at home at the age of 41. The reason and manner of his passing have not yet been determined.

Charleston Police are investigating.

david aylor cause of death

“David, we miss you, we love you, and we will continue to make you proud,” said a statement from Aylor’s law company

The legal world is shocked, according to aylor’s longtime friend and former coworker Stephen Schmutz. ‘The legal profession will miss him’, he claimed.