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Robert Sirianni Jr.

770-284-3147
Robert  Sirianni Jr.
Brownstone Law
2870 Peachtree Rd #158
Athens, GA 30305
www.brownstonelaw.com
Phone: 770-284-3147

About Robert Sirianni Jr.

Brownstone Law is an appellate litigation law firm. The appeals lawyers at Brownstone Law Firm handle criminal appeals and civil appeals. Connect with top appeals attorney Robert Sirianni to review your case. Our top appellate lawyers handle any type of case.

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Brownstone Law is an appellate litigation law firm. The appeals lawyers at Brownstone Law Firm handle criminal appeals and civil appeals. Connect with top appeals attorney Robert Sirianni to review your case. Our top appellate lawyers handle any type of case.

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Robert Sirianni Jr. -
Brownstone Law
2870 Peachtree Rd #158
Athens, GA 30305
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  • Office: 770-284-3147

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Criminal DefenseP14.00%
Real Estate LawP44.00%
Federal CrimesS14.00%
DUI / DWI / Drunk DrivingS14.00%
Drug CrimesS14.00%
Marijuana DefenseS14.00%
Juvenile DefenseS14.00%
Domestic ViolenceS14.00%
Criminal Appellate LawS14.00%
Seal or Expunge Criminal RecordS14.00%
Firearm and Weapon ChargesS14.00%
Theft CrimesS14.00%
White Collar CrimeS14.00%
Probation ViolationsS14.00%
Sex CrimesS14.00%
Landlord-Tenant LawS44.00%
Civil RightsP123.00%
Civil Trial LawP163.00%
Appellate LawP193.00%
Land Use and ZoningS43.00%
Foreclosure DefenseS43.00%
Police BrutalityS123.00%
Commercial Real Estate LawS43.00%
Residential Real Estate LawS43.00%
Farm and Ranch Real Estate LawS43.00%
Police MisconductS123.00%
Excessive ForceS123.00%
False ArrestS123.00%

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Georgia Member in Good Standing ---

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What is an Appellate Lawyer?

Posted on Friday, June 15th, 2018

What Does an Appeal Lawyer Do and What is an Appellate Lawyer?   Appeal lawyers take cases from lower trial courts, such as criminal courts or civil courts, and appeal or challenge those cases in... [read more]

Colton Pitonya Appeal Dismissed for Jennifer Cave’s Murder

Posted on Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

In 2007, a Texan man named Colton Pitonyak went to trial for the murder of a young woman named Jennifer Cave. Cave was murdered in 2005 allegedly in the West Campus apartment of Pitonyak. After her mu... [read more]

Federal Appeals Pennsylvania

Posted on Monday, February 19th, 2018

Pennsylvania Appellate Process for the Third Circuit Court of Appeals A federal criminal conviction in the federal courts of Pennsylvania is a daunting judgment. The life and freedom of the convicted ... [read more]

Veronica Perez Law Suit Against Elkis Hermida

Posted on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

S.M. v Los Angeles Unified School District Appeal Courts have long held that school teachers and their supervisors are responsible for the children in their care. This concept has become such a c... [read more]

Social Media Evidence Admitted into Court for Appeal

Posted on Friday, December 29th, 2017

A Social Media Appeal: Admission of Social Media Post As Evidence Since its inception social media has created quite a conundrum in courtrooms across the country. Interactions between people involved ... [read more]

Qu’eed Batts and the case of Clarence Edwards

Posted on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

Qu’eed Batts and the case of Clarence Edwards In the United States criminal justice system we differentiate between crimes that only require an act and crimes that require intent. Colloquially, ... [read more]