I am a long time resident of the Augusta/North Augusta area, having lived here since... more
I am a long time resident of the Augusta/North Augusta area, having lived here since 1970. I have practiced law exclusively in this area since graduation from law school in 1984. Personally, I am a single father and have three children -- one in college, one in high school and one in elementary school. I am involved in their lives, as I have coached both of my sons in youth baseball leag... view profile
Jeb Murray is licensed both in Georgia and South Carolina and specializes in civil... more
Jeb Murray is licensed both in Georgia and South Carolina and specializes in civil litigation, banking law, insurance defense, probate law, commercial lending, real estate, and environmental law. He is at home in the state, federal and appellate courts, and he has tried dozens of cases before juries and judges.
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