Grant K. Usry
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Grant K. Usry

The Usry Firm, P.C. is a Criminal Defense Firm located at Enterprise Mill in downtown Augusta, Georgia.

The Usry Firm

1450 Greene Street
Suite 130
Augusta, GA 30901

Phone: 706-739-7070

Website: theusryfirm.com/

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About Grant K. Usry

Grant has been very active as a trial attorney in the criminal law arena for over a decade. After 5 years at the Augusta Judicial Circuit DA's Office, prosecuting everything from DUI to Murder, Robbery, and Child Molestation, Grant entered private practice, focusing almost exclusively on Criminal Defense. A substantial portion of his practice is dedicated to DUI defense at both the state and federal levels, including a focus on prosecution that originates on local federal installations. This is a constantly evolving area of law, effected daily by case precedent and statutory revision. In light of the damage a DUI conviction can do, it is important to know your rights, and employ someone capable of protecting them.


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