While certainly not popular with everyone, Stephen M. Reba’s representation of, and public support for, those who have been criminally charged and convicted has been life-altering for his clients.
This website allows you to watch Stephen argue before the Georgia Supreme Court and read his recent appellate decisions of note, so you can decide for yourself if he is right for your case. Simply click on the video to watch him in oral argument or click on the About page to read his recent appellate victories.
When not in private practice, Stephen is an adjunct clinical instructor at Emory Law School’s Barton Child Law and Policy Center, where he directs the Appeal for Youth Clinic. The Clinic provides criminal representation to Georgia children who have been criminally tried as adults. Since 2009, his post-conviction litigation has been instrumental in shaping the laws that govern children being criminally tried as adults in Georgia.
Listen to Stephen’s Support of those Convicted of Crimes on Monster: D.C. Sniper
Watch Stephen’s Post-Conviction Representation on A&E’s Kids Behind Bars
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