Andrew T. Coiner
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Andrew T. Coiner

629 Washington St.
Paducah, KY 42003

Phone: 270-442-9268


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About Andrew T. Coiner

FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE • Kentucky State Delegate for the National College for DUI Defense Andrew T. Coiner is a Paducah, Kentucky sole practitioner who has been representing citizens accused of crimes since 1984. Coiner concentrates his practice on representing the drinking driver. Before opening his Paducah office, Coiner worked in two large Kentucky law firms, served as counsel for two Kentucky governors and as a special prosecutor in the Kentucky Attorney Generals office. He has also worked in private practice in New York City. Coiner is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law and Marshall University. Mr. Coiner is a Founding Member of the National College for DUI Defense and a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has twice completed the National College for DUI Defense educational program at Harvard University. He was featured in the October 7, 1996 issue of Lawyers Weekly USA as a DUI specialist. Much to the chagrin of law enforcement in Kentucky, Coiner is certified to operate the Intoxilyzer 5000 evidential breath-testing device and owns an Alco-Sensor III.

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