CourtTV is back in session, with gavel-to-gavel coverage of some of the most gripping trials making national headlines. ATC’s veteran Atlanta Defense Attorneys, Patrick McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark, have been tapped to join the on-air team as commentators and will provide in-depth analysis of all the court proceedings.

McDonough & Hundredmark recently shared key legal takeaways with viewers in the trial of former NFL player Kellen Winslow. He is charged with sexually assaulting several women. McDonough gave CourtTV viewers a legal perspective on the opening statements in the trial. Hundredmark analyzed the testimony of one of Winslow’s accusers.

Both McDonough and Hundredmark bring a wealth of experience to the CourtTV bench. Both have been extensively quoted in major news outlets like Washington Post, New York Times and Sports Illustrated. Both have served as commentators on the Nancy Grace Show on CNN Headline News and have appeared on Fox News.

McDonough leads the criminal division for Andersen, Tate & Carr, and is among the most sought-after criminal defense attorneys in the state of Georgia. Before earning his reputation as a criminal defense attorney, McDonough was the youngest serving District Attorney in the state of Georgia, where he boasted over a 99% conviction rate in the multi-county Cordele Judicial Circuit.

Hundredmark heads the domestic relations division for Anderson, Tate & Carr, while also working within the criminal practice division. She is considered a leader in the southeast in both family law and criminal defense matters. Hundredmark has obtained certifications in Georgia for both DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, and is considered by her peers to be a true trial attorney and skilled litigator.

Together, McDonough and Hundredmark bring over 30 years of legal experience to CourtTV viewers.

For more information about ATC’s criminal defense or family law divisions, or to request a case evaluation, contact our law offices at 770-467-3205.

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