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J. Ryan Brown Law, LLC

Welcome to the Family

Our mission is to stand out from every single other law firm. We seek to do that by creating a family atmosphere with our clients. We want to be there for you just like your own family is, or should be. We want to live, laugh, love, cry and win with our family members. That is what you get when you join our family. 

Ryan's office is located in the heart of downtown Newnan, Georgia. From this location, we serve those in Coweta County and the surrounding areas when they face an arrest or a challenging family issue.

A wise woman once told me that the key to being a lawyer is having clients. That stuck with me. With no clients there can be no lawyering. For that reason, we strive to take a client-centered approach to the practice of law in Coweta County, Georgia. We vow to provide a level of accessibility that is unrivaled. 

Criminal Defense

We represent clients accused of all types of crimes in the state of Georgia, including but not limited to: sex crimes, drug crimes, violent crimes, theft crimes, cybercrime, fraud crimes, gang chargesYou cannot come into our office and shock us. We are ready to listen, learn, look you in the eye, and begin representation. Let us fight for your rights, let us stand beside you, let us be your family.

 

Family Law

No matter what kind of battle you are fighting at home, when you walk into my office you join my family. This is never more important than when we are dealing with a family law case. I know first hand the stresses that divorce and other family issues can place on a person. It can cause immense stress. We want to provide you with comfort and guidance. We can help protect your family rights. 

Don't Fear the Unknown in the Court System

I have found that the fear of the unknown causes more anxiety in the courts than anything else. When most people call me it is the first time they have ever called a lawyer period, and there is a certain level of anxiety associated with even placing the phone call.

Our goal is to shed light on the unknown. And calm your fears of the court system.  

Call Us Today

Folks often ask when they should hire an attorney. Generally its always better to have one sooner rather than later. The reason is that there may be time-sensitive issues that your lawyer simply isn't aware of based solely on a consultation. 

Get started today. Give Ryan Brown a call and let him fight for you.

  • Getting a Speedy Trial Demand in Georgia

    There are two ways to demand a speedy trial in Georgia. There is a Constitutional speedy trial demand and a statutory speedy trial demand. One of them comes from rights given to you by the Constitution and the other comes from a law passed by the Georgia legislature giving you the right to demand...
  • How Can I be Prosecuted if the State has No Evidence?

    Different Ways for Arrest to Occur Warrantless Arrest - Under certain situations cops can make arrests without a warrant. They are allowed to make arrests if an alleged offense is committed in the officer's presence or within the officers' immediate knowledge, or if the alleged offender is trying to escape, or if the officer believes that an act of family violence occurred, or "for other cause there is likely to be failure of justice of want of a judicial officer to issue a warrant. So, the sad reality is that cops can essentially arrest anyone, at any time, for anything without a warrant if they are willing to sign their name to an affidavit saying it happened. Warrant for Arrest - A lot of times officers do get a warrant for someone's arrest. This happens when an officer goes to a judge and explains to them their side of the story as to what happened (of course we don't get to go and present our side). Once that arrest warrant is issued the warrant will be placed into a system maintained by the GBI and eventually you will be arrested on that warrant. Grand Jury Indicts - Sometimes, often in serious cases, there will be no warrant issued until a grand jury considers a case. More on grand juries here. When a grand jury finds probable cause, and they almost always do because, once again, we can't go and present our side of the story. A judge will sign an arrest order that orders you be arrested.
  • Can a 14 year old in Georgia Elect Which Parent to Live With?

    Generally, yes. The election can be challenged in some circumstances though. 14 Year Olds can Choose. But, It is Only Presumptive.  When a child turns fourteen they may elect which they would like to live with. This decision by the child, however, is only presumptive. Presumptive means that the...
  • Why Do Some Cases Need to Be Tried?

    Trial? Many folks, lawyers and the accused alike, are terrified of the T word - trial. But, some cases simply need to be tried. The criminal process is complicated, but it can be boiled down to a simple process. First, charges are filed. After that, there are essentially three options. 1) The ca...
  • Tekashi 6ix9ine

    Tekashi 6ix9ine,  whose real name Daniel Hernandez,  rose to fame in 2017 after releasing "Gummo." He quickly found fame and money.  He then found himself the subject of state prosecutions and eventually a federal prosecution. He was accused of being a gangsta, then he renounced his gang affiliat...

Free Consultation

Ryan Brown is ready to begin defending you and your rights today. The best defense is one that begins as early as possible. Prosecutors don't take days off and neither should you. Let us get started. Call today for a free consultation.

Serving the Following Areas

Ryan Brown represents clients throughout the state. He primarily serves the following counties: Coweta, Carroll, Heard, Meriwether, Troup, Douglas, Haralson, Cobb, Paulding, Floyd, Fayette, Henry, Macon-Bibb, Fulton, Muscogee, Monroe, Polk, Spalding, Pike, Lamar, Upson, Butts, Walton, Newton, and Rockdale.

9B East Broad Street
Suite B1

NEWNAN, GA 30263
470-635-1725
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun: 12:00am - 12:00am

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This website if for general informational purposes only and is not to be considered legal advice. Each situation, case, and legal matter is unique and requires custom legal advice. Nothing communicated on this website or through this website constitutes an attorney-client privilege.

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