Awesome lawyer! Ryan Brown came highly recommended. Ryan was able to handle my case in a timely manner and was able to resolve all issues before my court date.
I had an excellent experience with Mr. Brown. He took the time to get to know me and my case. He also seems to have a good reputation and is very amicable. Mr. Brown will be my first choice if I have need of an attorney in the future.
Ryan Brown was friendly, approachable, and honest throughout the whole process. Never had to deal with any legal trouble before. But Ryan explained everything relevant to my case, and how it was going to go down. Hope to never have to use him again, but if I do, he will be the first to call.
This was my first time having to have a lawyer or go to court. Ryan was very understanding and was extremely helpful through the entire process. Throughout everything he always kept in contact and kept me updated on any changes! I will highly recommend him to anyone. Not only is he reliable, he is very considerate as well.
Ryan Brown is a very professional lawyer. Ryan and his staff made us feel very comfortable throughout the whole process and made us feel that we were part of the family. Would have rated my experience with 10 stars if possible. Would highly recommend Ryan Brown. Thanks for your services.
Ryan is great attorney who is always willing to help. His calm and empathetic demeanor is exactly what you want/need in a lawyer. He fights for what is right and treats his clients like family. In a time of need he would always be my first choice. You can absolutely trust him and know he’ll do what’s best for you. I would recommend anyone looking for an attorney to hire him!
Ryan is an amazing attorney. In the courtroom, he stands out from the other lawyers and DAs. He seems more confident, prepared, and knowledgeable of the process. Ryan and his team responded quickly to every call or message, which generally is not the case with attorneys. They honestly care and form relationships with their clients. He will go out of his way to make sure you’re well-represented, while helping you maintain some sense of sanity (which absolutely isn’t required or expected of him, but he does). We did research Ryan before choosing an attorney. He is well-educated, has experience working with DA’s, and has experience working with a reputable law group before starting his own. I highly recommend Ryan’s professional services. Hopefully we’ll never be in this situation again, but if we were, we would choose Ryan again.
Vanessa was amazing! I could tell she actually cared about me and she worked a miracle and got me out of doing time in Jail. The whole firm is amazing. They always kept in contact with me via text or call and the price was very affordable. I know if anything ever comes up I know who I’m calling. Thank you so much Vanessa!
J. Ryan Brown and his team represented me to the highest degree and I’m a free man today because of the hours and hours of hard work they put in to make it so. I highly recommend him to anyone who needs a good defense. Now that the work is done I’m happy to say that he’s not just my attorney I consider him a friend thank you all so much.
Ryan is a very nice down to Earth kind of guy. He speaks to you like a friend, he really know his stuff and genuinely cares about what you’re going through. I was extremely pleased with how he handled my case…I highly recommended Ryan Brown to anyone seeking legal counsel.
Ryan was more than patient with me. He and his staff were more than welcoming, handled the process with nothing but professionalism, and truly gave me a chance to win my case. I highly recommend Ryan Brown and his staff as they will make sure that you are well taken care of.
I’m very thankful to Mr. Brown. He’s absolutely knowledgeable, honest and professional. He puts in the time and work it takes to be a great attorney, and treats you like a friend.
Mr. Brown who represented my son Josh, was extremely professional, responsive, caring and empathetic. He cared as much about the family as he did about the trial result. Mr. Brown, his associates and family members were there for my son and our family every step of the way… I could never repay him for his dedication or his constant belief in my son’s innocence. My son walked out of that courtroom today, a free man able to resume his life with his family and friends. Thank you Ryan and the rest of your team who will forever be considered family.
First time ever in need of a lawyer and Ryan came recommended from a friend. Ryan and staff were very helpful through the court process. The staff kept me updated with everything going on and Ryan was professional and helpful the entire way! I recommend Ryan to anyone needing legal representation! Thanks again Ryan and the entire Staff.
The first place I looked to for answers that took the time to call me back and answered any questions I had. J. Ryan was more than willing to help in any way he could while also taking the time to check with me to make sure I was good to go.
J. Ryan Brown Law, LLC was extremely informative and professional when helping me with a traffic/motor vehicle charge. He answered all my questions so that we were both confident and prepared for the court date. I would definitely hire him again, and I highly recommend him to anyone looking for help.
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 quite a bit, and as bad as it sucks it is not uncommon. It occurs when a person is arrested and taken to the jail and the judge gives them a bond. Then, later, the defendant is indicted by a grand jury and the prosecutors adds or enhances the charges.
How does this work? The answer is, prosecutors can add charges at the grand jury stage of proceedings that can require you to be rebooked, re fingerprinted, and potentially lead you to have to come up with a another bond.Read More
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 of talk about him getting five years for removing an ankle monitor or something like that. Reports also indicate, however,Read More
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 indictment. An accusation is when a prosecutor themselves charges someone with a crime. An indictment is when a grand juryRead More
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