Best attorney 2013: Tucker Griffin Barnes

Tucker Griffin Barnes

207 W. Rio Rd.

Ed Lowry of
500 Court Square, Suite 300

In 1995, inmate Robert Lee Brock claimed he violated his own civil rights by drinking alcohol against his religious beliefs and subsequently getting arrested. Once imprisoned, he sued himself for $5 million, then asked the state to pay because he had no income in jail. That’s a somewhat extreme legal case, but readers are confident Tucker Griffin Barnes would be able to get them out of any scrape—from family matters and injury and disability to criminal law and real estate cases. Ed Lowry of Michie-Hamlett, in the runner-up spot, takes on commercial litigation.