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15 years, 2,778 cases
West Tennessee Attorney - Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Family Law - A Serious Lawyer for Serious Cases
Former ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Former ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL
Former SPECIAL ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY
Brian was born in Jackson, Tennessee, and raised in nearby Darden. He attended Pin Oak Elementary School, Lexington High School, and graduated from Riverside High School in Decatur County. Brian, his wife Hayley, and their son Zach live in Jackson.
Brian is a graduate of Union University and the University of Memphis (Memphis State) School of Law. While at Union, he served as an intern and later employee for the Senate Judiciary Committee for the Tennessee General Assembly in Nashville. As a law student, Brian was active in moot court, mock trial, the Christian Legal Society, and completed an internship with the Major Crimes Division of the Shelby County (Memphis) District Attorney's Office.
Upon graduation and passage of the Bar Exam in Fall 2003, Brian began practicing law as an Assistant District Attorney in General Sessions and Circuit Court. He later prosecuted on the state appellate level as an Assistant Attorney General, and still later as an Assistant United States Attorney, the latter pursuant to President Bush' Project Safe Neighborhoods Act. Brian has since represented private individuals in cases ranging from serious felonies to boundary line disputes.
Brian is married to Hayley. They have one son, Zachary Lee Johnson. They live in Jackson and are members of Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA).