Malone Hart is originally from Uvalda, GA. In 2012, he received his B.A. in broadcasting in electronic media from Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA. He later went on to obtain his Juris Doctorate in 2015 from Mercer University in Macon, GA. While at law school, Malone was recognized for his professionalism and was elected to serve as a student member of the William Augustus Bootle Inn of Court.
Later, Malone started working at Hamilton & Maddox, LLC, in Vidalia, GA. Within his first year of practice, he was promoted to partner at his firm. Before opening his solo practice, Malone formed the firm Cliett & Hart, which had offices in both Metter and Statesboro.
Malone is also the proud founder and sponsor of the Luray S. Reid Scholarship, focusing on recognizing high-school students that show a true appreciation for their community's history.
Malone comes from a long line of successful attorneys. For the last 100 years, his family has represented clients in Statesboro, Metter, Vidalia, and the surrounding areas. Tales from the Altamaha is a play out of Lyons, GA dedicated to the works of T. Ross Sharpe, Malone's great-grandfather.
Malone focuses on criminal defense, corporate formation and litigation, and contract disputes.