Who is Nicole Moorman? All about Lil Durk’s lawyer as she takes social media by storm

Lil Durk’s five felony charges have been dropped due to a lack of evidence. The rapper infamously got into trouble with the law in a 2019 shooting case in Georgia. Since then, his attorney Nicole Moorman has gone viral on social media.

Lil Durk was initially charged with aggravated assault, a gang charge and other firearms charges. The singer and the late Chicago rapper King Von, faced charges for a shooting that took place outside the Atlanta club Varsity in February 2019. Lil Durk turned himself in in May 2019, after the charges came into being.


According to TMZ, Fulton County’s District Attorney Fani Willis filed paperwork to not allow the case against Durk to move forward on grounds of “prosecutorial discretion.” Durk’s lawyer Manny Arora also told the celebrity news publication that there was not enough evidence to prove the case against the rapper.

Among the many lawyers working on Lil Durk’s case, Nicole Moorman has been the topic of discussion on social media.

The Chicago-native has been working with Arora & LaScala since 2016. She specializes in criminal defense, and mostly deals with cases in relation to felony and federal charges.

The lawyer also obtained an academic scholarship to Southern Illinois University, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. During her time there, she was a member of the Student Body Government, Pre-Law Association and the Criminal Justice Association. Following her graduation, she obtained her Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Troy University in Atlanta, Georgia.

Since then, she has worked with the state as a Felony Probation Officer. She has also been a Specialized Task Force Agent for five years.

Moorman obtained her Juris Doctor in 2018 from Emory University School of Law. While studying there, she interned with the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office.

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