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Michael S. Brown wins Athens Banner-Herald Reader’s Choice Award

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Attorney Michael Brown has been recognized in the 2012 Athens Banner-Herald Readers’ Choice Awards as the second “Best Attorney” and is the only lawyer listed who handles family law matters, child custody and support cases, modification issues, DUI defense, and defense of other criminal cases.  The Law Offices of Michael S. Brown and Kim T. Stephens congratulates Michael for this award and looks forward to continuing to represent our clients in a way that warrants receipt of this type of recognition in the future.

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Judge sentences our firm’s client to probation while sentencing co-defendants to lengthy prison terms

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Following a client’s guilty plea to burglary and other serious felony offenses, attorney Kim Stephens persuaded a judge in Athens-Clarke County, Georgia to grant his client First Offender treatment which kept the client from having a felony conviction on his record among other benefits.  Most importantly, though, Stephens persuaded the judge to sentence his client to probation with no time to be served in prison.  The two co-defendants in the case, our client’s father and brother (both of whom were represented by other attorneys), were sentenced to 8 years and 6 years in prison respectively to be followed by lengthy terms of probation.

To see the full story, please go to http://onlineathens.com/stories/040111/new_808531746.shtml

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Kim Stephens provides assistance as legal expert to media in former UGA football player case.

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Kim T. Stephens relied upon as legal expert in former UGA football player Isiaah Crowell Case (July, 2012)

Whether it’s his gun or not is not the issue,” Stephens said. “The issue for him is to get his life back on track. That’s what he needs to be doing right now” so that he will not ruin a potentially great college and NFL career by being accused, falsely or not, of relatively minor criminal offenses.

For the complete national Fox Sports article, please go to http://georgia.scout.com/2/1199926.html

For the complete Atlanta Journal Constitution article, please go to http://blogs.ajc.com/uga-sports-blog/2012/07/02/legal-experts-isaiah-crowell-faces-5-years-in-prison-but-probation-likely/

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