Rebecca Kozycki was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2001 and is a member of the United States Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Georgia Supreme Court.
Ms. Kozycki joined Chestney & Sullivan in 2009 and was named Outstanding Newcomer of the Year by her peers in the Georgia Defense of Drinking Drivers Group. She devotes 100% of her practice to the vigorous defense of DUI and related charges. She was distinguished as a 2013 and 2014 Georgia Super Lawyer by Atlanta Magazine and as a Georgia Top Woman Attorney. Prior to joining Chestney & Sullivan, Rebecca worked at the Troup County Public Defender’s Office. She spent six years defending clients accused of felonies and misdemeanors, handling hundreds of DUI cases. While in Troup County, Ms. Kozycki was presented with the Epiphany Award, in recognition of her extraordinary work in defense of and significant contribution to the local Hispanic community. Ms. Kozycki is a member of the National College for DUI Defense, and completed their intense program held at the Harvard Law School in the summer of 2009. She is also certified in standardized field sobriety testing. Rebecca is a member of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and the Cobb County Bar Association and was named Trial Lawyer of the Year 2013 by her peers.
Prior to beginning her legal career, Ms. Kozycki served as a Signal Corps Officer in the United States Army. She was an assistant professor of military science at Johns Hopkins University, a commander of a signal company serving the DMZ in Korea, and a platoon leader in a VII Corps signal company in Germany. After resigning her commission as a captain, Rebecca was a research communications analyst for a Department of Defense contractor in the field of electromagnetic compatibility.
- University of Louisville in Kentucky (B.A., 1975)
- University of Baltimore School of Law in Maryland (J.D., 1995)