Do I Get Credit for My Time Served?

Icon  October 1, 2021 | By jryanbrownlaw

You may have spent a significant amount of time in jail before bonding out or being sentenced for a crime. If you did, then I am sure you are curious about whether or not you will receive credit for the time...

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What is a Grand Jury?

Icon  August 9, 2021 | By wpengine

WHAT IS A GRAND JURY? Before we answer this question, let’s discuss some important basics of criminal law. There are two ways that someone can be charged with a crime. The first is an accusation and the second is an...

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Foogiano’s Five Year Prison Sentence

Icon  July 15, 2021 | By wpengine

This blog is about rapper Foogiano and the five-year prison sentence he received yesterday. We don’t have access to the official court documents right now so we are kind of basing this off grassroots level information. There is a lot...

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In Georgia Child Molestation Cases, can Forensic Interviews be Challenged?

Icon  July 15, 2021 | By wpengine

This blog is about using expert witnesses in child molestation cases and other sexual cases involving children to challenge the veracity of forensic interviews…

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I’ve already bonded out so why did I get arrested?

Icon  July 15, 2021 | By wpengine

This blog by Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney addressed the question of how there can be an arrest order or an arrest warrant for someone even though they have already bonded out on the charges. We have dealt with this issue...

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Should I Take a Polygraph?

Icon  April 17, 2021 | By jryanbrownlaw

This blog discusses polygraphs and other lie detection techniques that law enforcement officers may use when interrogating someone. Polygraphs are something that I get asked about quite a bit, especially in sex cases where the prosecutors and cops rarely have...

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Ryan Brown

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Ryan Brown takes pride in making a living in the service of others. Criminal defense provides many challenges and sometimes we have to make tough decisions. Ryan is not afraid to step on toes when it comes to defending his clients. One witness for an opposing party once called Ryan “inhumane and indecent.” While those words are not kind they are indicative of Ryan’s dedication to defending his clients.

When a prosecutor brings charges against you, they have picked a legal fight. You must defend yourself. Prosecutors have law enforcement, office investigators, support staff, and the power of the entire State of Georgia on their side. It is critically important that you DO NOT FIGHT ALONE.

Ryan is dedicated to his work, dedicated to his clients, and dedicated to defending the accused. He is not afraid of a long day’s work and doing whatever it takes to make sure that your case is investigated thoroughly.

Ryan’s promise to you is that he will listen, he will learn the details of your case, and he will prepare a customized defense for your case.

J. Ryan Brown Law, LLC

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