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Tevis Law Firm Client to Get New Trial After 2014 Murder Conviction
Tevis Law Firm Client to Get New Trial After 2014 Murder Conviction

Attorney Brian Tevis of Tevis Law Firm, LLC is known throughout Atlanta and the surrounding region as a criminal defense attorney capable of turning wheels and protecting the rights of his clients in the most complicated, high-stakes, and difficult of cases. He has recently ...

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  • Tevis Law Firm Client to Get New Trial After 2014 Murder Conviction

    Attorney Brian Tevis of Tevis Law Firm, LLC is known throughout Atlanta and the surrounding region as a criminal defense attorney capable of turning wheels and protecting the rights of his clients in ...

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  • Attorney Brian Tevis is Sworn into Northern District US District Court

    The people of Atlanta, Georgia can now depend on Attorney Brian Tevis for reliable criminal defense representation more than ever. He was recently sworn into the Northern District of the United States ...

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  • Attorney Tevis Receives Not Guilty Verdict on 4 Counts for His Client in Armed Robbery Case

    Attorney Brian Tevis represented one of two college students who were codefendants in case involving armed robbery of a convenience store. The robbery was caught on surveillance cameras and a friend ...

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  • The Rule of Lenity

    If you have ever tried to read the statutory language of a particular law, you know they are rarely written in a manner that is clear, concise, and easy to understand. It is easy for politicians to ...

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  • Should You Consent When Police Ask to Search You?

    The Short Answer: NO. You have nothing to gain and everything to lose. The Details: If you have ever been stopped by the police, you have probably been asked whether you are in possession of any ...

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  • What are Miranda Rights and Warnings?

    The Miranda warning is related to your rights against self-incrimination guaranteed by the 5 th Amendment and the Georgia Constitution. The name stems from a 1966 U.S. Supreme Court case Miranda v. ...

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