My criminal defense trial practice focuses on alcohol and DRUG offenses, such as... more
My criminal defense trial practice focuses on alcohol and DRUG offenses, such as driving under the influence (DUI), VGCSA (drug possession), vehicular homicide, and serious traffic violation cases, as well as probation, expungement and parole issues. I also represent clients in civil litigation cases such as personal injury, defective products, municipality and civil rights liability cas... view profile
Jason L. Nohr (“Jay”) has over nineteen years of experience handling complex... more
Jason L. Nohr (“Jay”) has over nineteen years of experience handling complex personal injury claims and litigation in the state and federal trial and appellate courts of Georgia. Mr. Nohr's practice is is focused upon the areas of catastrophic injury, wrongful death, professional negligence, medical malpractice, birth injuries as result of medical and nursing negligence, nursing homes and elde... view profile
Tracy Rhodes is partner at Evans & Rhodes, LLC, a firm dedicated to property,... more
Tracy Rhodes is partner at Evans & Rhodes, LLC, a firm dedicated to property, liberty, and family. The firm specializes in eminent domain, criminal defense, and family law. Tracy works primarily out of the firm's Marietta location and concentrates her practice on family law and real estate litigation. She was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in 2005 after graduating from the Universit... view profile
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