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Andrew E. Campbell

"Attorney Charles L. Webb is a seasoned , professional, caring and very knowledgeable of his craft. From the onset of retaining him he made me feel comfortable that I had made the right decision. When you are needing and wanting a lawyer who will get you the results to yield the best outcome for your case retain Attorney Charles L. Webb. The law profession certainly has an asset  among them with Attorney Charles Webb."

Kaye Williams

"Attonery Charles Webb energy is amazing & he gets the job done!"

Loretta Jenkins

" Very kind and helpful gets the job done. " 

Tony

"I was referred to Attorney Charles Webb in March, 2013 to represent me on a felony criminal charge. This was the scariest moment of my life that I have encountered. I was terrified of what would happen to me as well as what effect this would have on my family.


Through Attorney Webb's dedication, experience, and hard work, he turned my difficult case into a miracle winning dismissal. Throughout the entire time from my arrest to the day of court, he would call me and he kept me encouraged, and informed me of what I was facing. Not only did he keep me informed, he also informed my parents as requested with faith and encouragement. My family is eternally grateful to this great attorney.


I recommend Attorney Webb without any reservation and with a great deal of enthusiasm. He will not only build your faith, trust, and confidence, he will also win your case or have it dismissed."



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In the News

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Man Found Not Guilty in Fatal Hit-and-Run

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga., August 20, 2014 - A DeKalb County jury found a former school administrator not guilty of a deadly hit-and-run in 2010. Wendel Brown was on trial for the death of 37-year-old Phillip Bratton. Channel 2's Tom Jones watched the entire trial from the courtroom and tried to speak to jurors who refused comment after the trial. Prosecutors accused Brown of hitting Bratton on Flat Shoals Parkway in June 2010 and then fleeing the scene. The victim’s family told Jones they were shocked by the verdict. “Justice was not done for my son today,” said Linda Bratton, Phillip’s mother. “I don’t know. Just imperfect people made a bad decision,” said Bratton’s sister Sheri Bratton. Prosecutors told the jury Brown hit Bratton on Flat Shoals Parkway in 2010 and left the scene. The state said police matched pieces of his Land Rover with pieces left over after he took the SUV to be repaired. Brown said he hit a deer. “It was a rush to judgment. It was a botched investigation,” said defense attorney Charles Webb. Webb said he thinks the jury reached the verdict it did because the investigation was shoddy. He said investigators didn’t even photograph all the pieces of the SUV they say they found at the scene. “It was hocus pocus because if all these pieces were at the scene there would have been some photographs that showed these pieces at the scene,” said Webb. Bratton’s sister said the pieces that matched Brown’s SUV were photographed and collected “So how does it just mysteriously match? The pieces come together to match this man's Land Rover. It doesn't make sense,” said Sheri Bratton. Webb said Brown, a finance director at a college, was fired because of this. He said his client was elated with the jury’s decision.

Source: Wsbtv.com

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4 Facing Charges in Mother's Day Brawl

EAST POINT, Ga., May 17, 2016 - The attorney for the family at the center of a wild Mother's Day fight feels his clients will be cleared. Channel 2’s Liz Artz obtained surveillance video from inside the restaurant brawl, as police announced Monday they will charge three family members and a restaurant employee. Attorney Charles Webb believes when all the circumstances are made public, his clients will be exonerated.  “They had requested a manager come to the table and that caused problems between the waiter and the family," Webb said. Webb told Artz problems between his clients and server Demonte Harrison started at the table before the first punch was thrown. East Point police released surveillance video for the first time Monday from inside Kiku's Japanese steak house. The brawl broke out on Mother's Day. “Once this particular case plays out in a court of law, it will show my clients were only defending themselves against the assault on them," Webb said. Police say Willis Hall threw the first punch and then they say cousin Zacarii Dalcoe joined in the fight along with Devecc Bilingslea. All three will be charged with disorderly conduct. Detectives told Artz that Harrison, 21, will also be charged. They say video shows him chasing the family outside the restaurant and kicking their car. "When they came back to the location, that’s when the employees attacked them again, kicking the side of their car," Webb told Artz. Webb said the family had spent an emotional day at their mother's grave site. It was the first Mother's Day since her death in January. 

Source: Wsbtv.com