Welcome to J. Ryan Brown Law
Ryan Brown travels the entire state of Georgia fighting for those accused of crimes. J. Ryan Brown Law, LLC is a criminal defense practice based in Newnan, Georgia. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Newnan on Perry Street in the Commercial House.
Our practice may be criminal defense, but our focus is on our clients and effective communication with our clients. We believe the most important part of a law practice are the clients, because with no clients there can be no law practice.
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 charges. You 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 lawyer.
Focus. Focus. Focus.
Ryan currently accepts exclusively criminal cases and will not represent anyone in a different type of matter. He is passionate about representing those accused of crimes and believes the only way to provide a premier level of representation in Newnan and beyond is to focus only on criminal cases.
The Georgia criminal justice system can be both scary, and complex.
Without the assistance of a criminal defense attorney, it is a difficult system to navigate. No matter what you are charged with, you have rights, and your rights must be defended. Protect your future by letting Ryan Brown fight for you.
J. Ryan Brown Law takes pride in being a client-focused firm and we vow to provide personalized service to each of our clients. Ryan understands that each case requires unique attention to detail beginning with the very first interaction with our client. We take pride in listening to our client's thoughts, concerns, and priorities.
It is important to call an attorney today to get them on your side from the very beginning.
Having an attorney early in the criminal process is beneficial for several reasons:
- The attorney can begin investigating the case.
- The attorney can answer questions that the accused and their family or friends already have.
- The attorney can reach out to prosecutors to work on negotiating bond and other pre-trial issues.
- The attorney can explain the basics of the criminal process so that everyone involved knows what to expect moving forward.
- In certain cases, a private investigator may be appropriate and it is critical that that process begins as soon as possible.
Get started today. Give Ryan Brown a call and let him fight for you.