Criminal defense Attorney at Atlanta, GA
also known as Shannon Denise Briley
13 years, 184 cases
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I strive to provide more of a human element to the legal profession than many attorneys. I give every client my cell phone number and provide a level of acessibility and empathy in your legal situation that you will not be charged for. When the situation calls for it, I fight for my clients as if they are members of my own family. Sometimes, I have to make my clients understand that the situation may require an approach that calls for comprimise and negotiation. The circumstances and governing law control every unique situation, and no two stories are exactly alike. Whether you need a fighter or a peace maker, I can balance both roles.
I also believe that legal services should be attainable for everyone. It is an investment, but too often attorneys quote fees that would make wealthy individuals cringe. I strive to work with people within their budget to achieve a result that will improve their lives.
My background includes four years as a United States Marine, six years as an Atlanta Police Officer, and I am currently a criminal defense attorney and the mother of 4 energetic children.
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2018. See details
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2018.
Disbarment issued in GA, 2018
updated on 06/29/2018
This is the most serious penalty for a lawyer. If this attorney is currently practicing law, you should contact the Georgia State Bar to understand the reasons for this disbarment.
Interim Suspension issued in GA, 2017
updated on 04/25/2017
Interim suspension means an attorney lost his or her license to practice during a disciplinary investigation. The suspension typically expires when the investigation is resolved.