Undeterred By Any Challenge

We pursue victory for our clients, and complex issues do not deter us. We are staunch advocates for our clients’ best possible results both in and out of the courtroom, and we challenge opposing parties with creative strategies. We take on tough opponents in the best interests of our clients and vigorously protect their rights.

At The Law Offices Of Vickers & White, PLLC, our lawyers are dedicated and experienced professionals handling family law, criminal defense, personal injury, work injuries and more.


Our team brings more than 75 years of combined courtroom experience to your case. With a range of talents and extensive resources in Alabama, we focus on providing services to clients with legal issues spanning from central Alabama to the Florida Panhandle. Our Montgomery law firm consists of an accomplished team of attorneys and a skilled support staff, including paralegals, law clerks, and experienced administrators. We offer one-on-one, personalized service to each of our clients.


David W. Vickers

Richard White

Alex V. Sallas

Nick Jones



During your free initial consultation, you will meet with the attorney who will handle your case from beginning to resolution. You will have access to your attorney throughout the legal process, and we will keep you informed every step of the way.

We know Alabama and Florida courts. Our partners include a former assistant attorney general, former district attorney, former deputy district attorney and former insurance claims adjuster in Montgomery County. As former prosecutors, our attorneys understand and prepare for all possibilities in criminal law cases. Our criminal defense practice is comprehensive and prepared for any challenge.

Each of our attorneys focuses almost exclusively on a specific area of the law. Their diverse backgrounds make our team versatile, robust and highly effective whether we are serving military families, injured vacationers, disabled workers or people arrested for drunk driving. We protect your rights and fight to protect your freedoms and best interests under a broad range of complex legal circumstances.



David W Vickers

David Vickers received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama (1982) and his law degree from Cumberland School of Law (1985). As a former Deputy District Attorney, David specializes in criminal defense whether at the city, state or federal level.

David is married to Melony Vickers and has two children. He is a member of the Montgomery Bar Association as well as the Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Bar Admissions

•Alabama, 1985
•Florida, 1987
•U.S. District Court Middle District of Alabama, 1986
•U.S. District Court Northern District of Florida, 1988

•Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
• J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence – 1985
•University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
•B.S., Bachelor of Science – 1982

Professional Associations and Memberships

•Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
•Montgomery County Bar Association, Member
•American Bar Association, Member
•Alabama State Bar, Member
•Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, Member
•National Trial Lawyers Association, Member

Past Employment Positions

•Ramsey Baxley & McDougle, Associate, 1985 – 1987
•Lindsay Andrews & Leonard, Associate, 1987
•Montgomery County District Attorneys Office, Deputy District Attorney, 1988 – 1991
•Attorney General’s Office, Assistant Attorney General, 1991

Richard White

Richard White is originally from South Alabama in Baldwin County. He graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. He then went on to Jacksonville State University where he received his Master’s degree in criminal justice. Mr. White then received his Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. After graduating from law school, Mr. White went on to start his professional legal career as a Deputy District Attorney in Montgomery County. He worked under the then-acting District Attorney Ellen Brooks from 2002-2005. While serving as Deputy District Attorney, he prosecuted different types of felonies and misdemeanors. During his last year working for the District Attorney’s office, Mr. White was on a federal gun grant where he prosecuted cases involving guns used mainly in murders, robberies, assaults, etc.

Since 2005, he has been a part of a practice where he focuses primarily on criminal defense. He represents clients in state and city courts throughout the state of Alabama, and in federal courts in the Southern and Middle Districts of Alabama. He represents clients charged with various crimes from speeding tickets to capital murder. Mr. White takes a lot of pride in his success as a trial attorney. Mr. White sincerely believes that God gives everyone at least one talent, his is the ability as an attorney to excel in front of judges and juries. Throughout his years working, he has done over 100 jury trials and has obtained a high percentage of “not guilty” verdicts compared to the average number in the state of Alabama. He has represented high profile clients and cases over the years.

If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of being charged or you think you are going to be charged with a crime, Mr. White hopes to have the opportunity to sit down with you and your family and try to help you make the best decision for your situation.


Alex V. Sallas

Alex V. Sallas is a native of Ozark, Alabama where she graduated from Carroll High School in 2014. After graduating high school, Alex attended Troy University where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in Legal Studies. Knowing that she wanted to pursue a career as an attorney, Alex went on to attend Thomas Goode Jones School of Law where she obtained a Juris Doctor in 2021.

While in law school, Alex served as a senator for the Student Bar Association and was elected as the Student Bar Association vice president for two consecutive years. Alex was also selected by her school’s administration to serve as the student representative of the Curriculum Committee where she was afforded the opportunity to assist in decision making centered around the school’s curriculum.

Alex was a member of the Board of Advocates trial team, where she was selected to serve at the Interschool Chair. As a member of the trial team, she competed in several nationally ranked trial competitions, and was named as a finalist in the 2021 National Trial Competition.

Alex’s current areas of practice include Personal Injury, Family Law and Criminal Defense. 

Nick Jones

Nicholas Alexander Jones grew up in the Tri-County area and graduated from Holtville High School. He then went on to earn degrees in political science and English at AUM before attending Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. During his time in law school, Nicholas was recognized for his academic excellence, earning a place on the Dean’s List and contributing to the Law Review.

Nicholas’ passion for law was evident from a young age, inspired by his father’s role as a prison warden. His background as a member of the Army Reserve JAG Corps has only strengthened his perspective on justice.

Nicholas has been with Vickers & White for four years, and he takes pride in being part of a team that is dedicated to fighting for justice and protecting the rights of their clients. Nicholas enjoys spending time outside of work with his wife and their eight children.