Craig is a Bibb County native and has spent his entire professional career in the county. After beginning his legal career in 2004, he and Spencer Hodnett opened their practice together in 2005.
Craig has a diverse practice that focuses on bankruptcy, divorce and family law, and civil litigation. He also handles a wide range of cases from criminal matters to estates and adoptions. He serves as the municipal prosecutor for the City of Centreville. Craig is the Local Bar Outreach Network County Chair for Bibb County and is an officer of the Bibb County Bar Association.
Craig was recently selected to be a member of the 2014 Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum, a program recognized by the American Bar Association for its “innovative, thoughtful and exceptional content, for its powerful and continuing impact on emerging leaders in the bar community and for the extraordinary example it has established that others may emulate.”
Craig currently resides in Centreville with his wife, Mallory, and their three children, George, Vann and Amelia. They are active in Centreville Baptist Church, where Craig teaches Sunday School and sings in the choir.
Craig is also active in little league baseball and basketball where he serves as a coach and is a board member for South Bibb Dixie Youth.