Brett Willis is the only criminal defense lawyer in the State of Georgia who:
(1) was voted one of the 10 Best Lawyers by the Daily Report;
(2) won the GPDC's "Defender of the Year" award;
(3) won the Gideon's Promise prestigious "Foot Soldier" award;
(4) is a nationally recognized expert on jury selection; and
(5) teaches at the Harvard Law School and the National Criminal Defense College.
Harvard Law School
Trial Advocacy Instructor
10 Best Lawyers
Bill Daniel Trial Advocacy Instructor
How We Help
We represent individuals charged with crimes throughout Georgia.
We Guard Your Reputation
Georgia has some of the most severe DUI laws in the country. Whether you are facing a first-time offense or are considered to be a repeat offender, you need an attorney who has the experience and skill required to defend you against the charges.
We will not only stand beside you as you enter this difficult chapter of your life, but we will also fight to end it.
Check out of DUI Defense page with answers to frequently asked questions.
We Fight Back
Criminal charges related to drug possession, trafficking, or manufacturing can have a major impact on your life. You may be facing jail time, probation, criminal fines, and other social consequences as a result.
Our goal is to restore your life to where it was before criminal charges were brought. We stand up for our clients in court and fight back. The prosecution will do whatever is necessary to win their case against you, and so will we.
Check out our Drug Crimes page.
We Protect Your Freedom
Criminal charges can upend the life you have worked so hard to build. Not only is your freedom at stake, but your friendships, career, and reputation all hang in the balance. And even though you are innocent until proven guilty, the stigma of criminal allegations is difficult to overcome.
It is easy to feel defeated, even before your trial begins. But you do not have to face criminal charges on your own. If you are searching for an attorney who understands that this is your life, then you are in the right place.
See our Criminal Defense page for more information.