Audrey A.Thomas, PC. graduated from St. John’s University School of Law in 2000 where she earned a Juris Doctor Degree. Mrs. Thomas is the lead attorney at the firm in Queens County known as THE LAW OFFICES OF AUDREY A. THOMAS, PC.
Prior to the above, Mrs. Thomas worked under the tutelage of the Honorable Charles Joseph Hynes, her former boss, Professor and mentor, as an Assistant District Attorney in the Office of The District Attorney Kings County (2000-2004)
She has written several winning legal briefs and has been a contributing columnist for the New York State Criminal Justice Journal case review section.
Ms. Thomas is credited with contributing to the setting of the New York State Criminal standard of review for suppression of evidence in cases involving search of the person, seizure of evidence and pursuit of the individual, in that, she successfully litigated these issues before the Honorable Justice Goldberg in the Supreme Court of the State of New York Kings County.
Thereafter, Audrey wrote the winning briefs that were presented to the Appellate Division Second Department and, the New York State Court of Appeals after the Kings County District Attorney’s Office appealed Justice Goldberg’s ruling. Ultimately, Mr. Thomas’ tremendous efforts resulted in the now precedential ruling in the case of People v. Cadle.
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Her favorite quote is “IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T SUCCEED BRUSH YOURSELF OFF AND TRY AGAIN.” This is because Mrs. Thomas has overcome much adversity. Audrey was born in Jamaica WI and was smuggled into the United States at age 10. She was an illegal alien for nine years and ultimately gained United States citizenship through Ronald Reagan’s amnesty program in 1989. She survived rape and child molestation. Audrey gave birth to her first child at age 15. She has survived adultery, domestic violence, and so many other things that would have ruined any person’s life. Yet, she continues to excel and declares that being targeted made her more compassionate, tolerant and understanding. Audrey often says "The things worth having do not come by struggle. Success is as simple as choosing to turn and just walk in the other direction."