Alonzo grew up in the small town of Ninety-Six, South Carolina. He attended Anderson University as a collegiate athlete, becoming a member of their Track & Field team. While there, he was a member and president of the University's largest student group. He graduated from Anderson with distinction and was inducted into the prestigious Denmark Society.
Alonzo attended law school at Liberty University as a Dean's Scholarship recipient. While there, he served on the Student Bar Association as 1L senator, student bar vice-president and was later elected as student bar president. At Liberty, Alonzo also served as vice-chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution board ("ADR") and was a member of the school's Moot Court, ADR and Mock Trial competition teams. During his last year at Liberty, Alonzo interned with the United States Attorney's Office for the Western District of Virginia as a third year practicing student, helping argue cases in Federal Court.
After graduation, Alonzo accepted a position in Chicago with a leading expert on the federal sentencing guidelines. Prior to moving to Atlanta, Alonzo's practice included Criminal Defense and Bankruptcy Litigation. Since moving to Atlanta, he has focused his practice on tort law, including personal injury, insurance and products liability.
Alonzo is admitted to practice law in the states of Georgia and Illinois. He is also licensed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of both states. In his free time, he enjoys playing with his kickball and softball teams, beach volleyball, kayaking and CrossFit.