Tyler Niblett

I grew up in McDonough, Georgia, what was at the time a smaller town about halfway between Atlanta and Macon. I grew up in a family of educators, with both my grandfathers being school administrators and both my parents being elementary teachers. I grew up playing baseball and running in both cross country and track and field in high school. 
I went to Liberty University for Undergrad where I rowed for the Crew team before getting injured. I graduated with a degree in History. I then attended Liberty University School of Law where I was a part of the Student Leadership and Negotiations Traveling Team. 
Upon graduating from law school I accepted a job as a Deputy District Attorney out in Fort Collins, Colorado, where I had spent the previous summer interning. 
I spent almost 4 years in Fort Collins as a Deputy District Attorney. While there I handled everything from simple misdemeanors, to high level felonies, including trafficking of drugs and attempted murder trials. While in Fort Collins, I was consistently one of the top Deputy District Attorneys when it came to trials, and was consistently trying the most cases in the office. 
In 2022 I decided to move back closer to home and family and took a job in the Gaston County District Attorneys Office. In Gaston I continued to handle various felony level cases, including trying high level kidnapping, rape and murder trials.
After spending 5 years as a District Attorney at one level or another, I decided to leave the world of government work and enter into private practice. 


Liberty University School of Law

  • Juris Doctor

Liberty University

  • B.S. History 

Area of Practice

  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury

Professional Associations

  • North Carolina State Bar
  • Gaston County Bar Association, member

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