Brian Chiles Tevis

Also known as Brian Tevis

Brian Chiles Tevis

Criminal Defense Attorney

Atlanta, GA





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About Me

Brian graduated from the University of Georgia and later obtained his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University's School of Law. Upon returning to Georgia he began working for thePublic Defender'sOffice in the Atlanta Judicial Circuitdefending clients charged with serious crimes at the felony level. During his time as a Public Defender, Brian represented more than a thousandclientswho were charged...

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Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Contingent (33%), Free Consultation (120 minutes), Retainer (Always)

Client Reviews

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Great Attorney.

Posted by: Jane 6 months ago.

Great Attorney. He handled a case for me and always kept me up to date and was very trustworthy and when my case was prolonged month after month he...

Lawyer of the Year!

Posted by: C. KELLY 7 months ago.

Hands down Mr. Tevis is one of the best go to lawyers since Johnny Cochran. Very knowledgeable, trust worthy,keeps you informed and fights to the end....
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John Greel Ralls Jr.
John Ralls

Pensacola, FL


Relationship: Other

I endorse this talented and knowledgeable attorney, who is well-respected in the legal community.
Bryan Mcdougal Grantham
Bryan Grantham

Atlanta, GA

About 2 months ago

Relationship: Friend

I endorse this lawyer for criminal defense matters
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2008 License Status: Active Member in Good Standing for the state of Georgia.
Last updated by Avvo: 06/28/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

Tevis Law Firm, LLC.


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2014 Completion in DUI BOOT CAMP 2014

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers


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2012 Top Contributor



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2008- present Member

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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2013 Should You Consent to A Police Search?

Tevis Law Firm - Blog

2006 "United States v. Cash" - Whether prosecution under the International Terrorist Fundraising Prohibition of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 requires specific intent and whether the statute is unconstitutionally vague.

Wake Forest University School of Law Moot Court Problem Book Volume XXIV

Speaking Engagements

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2012 Using Motions to Win Your Case

at Criminal Justice Course

2011 Motion to Suppress Illegal Confession

at State of Georgia vs. T.C.