Notable Cases

Brandon has been counsel on numerous criminal appeals, either on behalf of a party or as a friend of the court. Some of Brandon’s notable cases are below.

Guilty Plea Withdrawal

Jordan v. State

Brandon successfully protected a client’s right to withdraw his guilty plea before the trial court pronounced the sentence, notwithstanding that the plea was entered mid-trial.

Reduced Sentencing

Gray v. State

Brandon was counsel for amici curiae in a case that preserved superior courts’ power to reduce defendants’ sentences based on timely motions.

Immunity From Prosecution

State v. Remy

Brandon successfully defended a client’s right to immunity from prosecution in the Supreme Court of Georgia.

Murder Conviction Reversal

Debelbot v. State

Brandon secured a reversal of the client’s murder conviction because of the prosecutor’s illegal argument at trial.

Criminal Contempt Vacated

Taylor v. State

Brandon established the law on criminal contempt in Georgia and secured a vacatur of the client’s conviction.

Manslaughter Reversal

Mobley v. State

Brandon established the law in Georgia on black box data downloads from cars and secured a reversal of the client’s vehicular manslaughter conviction.

Vacatur of Judgment

Collier v. State

Brandon established the law in Georgia on direct and out-of-time appeals from guilty pleas and secured a vacatur of the judgment against the client.

Fraud Conviction Reversal

Carter v. State

Brandon secured a reversal of the client’s conviction for financial transaction card fraud because of insufficient evidence.

Unlawful Use of Prior Convictions

Jones v. State

Brandon was counsel for amicus curiae on case that protected defendants against the unlawful use of prior DUI convictions at trial.

Sex Offense Reversal

Jackson v. State

Brandon was counsel for amicus curiae in a case establishing what the prosecution must allege to properly charge a violation of Georgia’s sex-offender registry statute and reversing the client’s conviction.

Sex Offense Probation

State v. Riggs

Brandon established the law that individuals convicted in sexual offenses in Georgia were entitled to at least one year of probation per count.

Offender Registry Removal

State v. Randle

Brandon was counsel for amicus curiae in the case that established that only where the victim suffered a physical injury would an underlying offense disqualify a defendant from removal from the sex-offender registry.

Offense Registry Removal

Davis v. State

Brandon was counsel for amicus curiae in a case establishing that a pardon for the underlying offense will remove a defendant from the Georgia sex-offender registry.

Sex Offense Sentencing

State v. Crossen

Brandon was counsel for amicus curiae in a case establishing when a superior court had discretion to depart from a mandatory minimum sentence for a sexual offense.

Loitering Conviction Reversal

Isenhower v. State

Brandon established the law on loitering in a school zone and secured a reversal of the client’s conviction.

Testimonials

Brandon is a consummate professional and brilliant practitioner. He is someone I would trust to represent me or someone in my family and he has my highest recommendation.

Bryan Tyson, Taylor English Duma LLP

For appellate and post-conviction representation Brandon is among the best. I recommend his services without hesitation.

David J. Dunn, Cook & Connelly

Because of his keen ability to navigate complicated procedural and constitutional issues, Brandon is a trusted legal advisor and my go-to recommendation for anyone in search of a zealous criminal appellate attorney.

Kosha Tucker, Attorney at Law
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