WHAT MAKES TEAGUE LAW DIFFERENT
Work: We Work. We do what we say we will. We don't stop until we have explored every defense and fought every fight for our Client. That is what sets us apart.
Passion: Our first passion has always been fighting for the accused, the injured, and the common person. We have never worked to put someone in jail or deny an injured person the justice they deserve.
Client Centered Approach: Our Clients are the center of our practice - that’s why we have over 100 5 star reviews on Google, AVVO, and Martindale Hubble. (featured below)
Recognition: Weather it is appearing on Court TV, teaching other Attorneys at the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, or our numerous awards Teague Law has been recognized for our work, passion, and client centered approach.
If you have been injured, arrested, or accused anywhere in the State of Georgia our Attorneys will fight to protect your rights and to see that you find the justice you deserve.
Josh Teague | Attorney - Founder
Who I am:
I grew up in Gilmer County, my family moved into North Georgia in the early 1800s and has called this area home ever since. This close connection with the people of North Georgia has allowed me to be intimately familiar with the local area and values, the attitudes of the local juries, courts, politicians, judges, and prosecutors.
Kennesaw State University Cum Laude
Florida Coastal School of Law - top 20%.
Areas of Practice:
I focus my practice on fighting for people who have been accused of a crime or injured. I represent people accused of Arson, Assault, Aggravated Assault, Drug Trafficking, Drug Possession, DUI, DUI Drugs, Murder, Sex Crimes, Theft, and White Collar Crimes. I represent people who have been injured in a car wreck, on a motorcycle, by a tractor-trailer or have a wrongful death claim due to the loss of a family member.
Sarah N. Sevcech | Associate
Who I am:
I was raised in Gwinnett County, an area my family still calls home. I moved to the North Georgia area in 2008 to attend College and instantly fell in love with the mountains. After graduating from Law School I moved back to North Georgia with my son, Beckett, and made my home here. I am an active member of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Growing up in Metro Atlanta and spending my adult life making my home in North Georgia has let me build a connection to the people in both areas and given me a better understanding of local Juries and Judges across the State.
I received my undergraduate degree from the University of North Georgia (UNG) in Dahlonega, Georgia, and graduated in the top 15% of my class from Mercer University School of Law.
Areas of Practice:
After graduating from law school I immediately began focusing my work on representing those accused of crimes and others needing help overcoming mistakes hoping for a second chance – this had always been my passion.
After joining Teague Law I added family law, juvenile law, and personal injury to my practice. It brings me incredible joy to be able to provide all my clients with a second chance, whether that is after criminal charges, or an emotionally charged divorce – I believe every person should be given a second chance.
WHAT DO OUR CLIENTS SAY?
My husband and I were planning on moving to an apartment. They delayed move in twice due to construction and did not inform us. I called Sarah in a panic not knowing what our options were. I thought “can we even get out of this situation?” This could have potentially put us in a bind if we needed to move out of our current home immediately. Sarah reviewed my lease and found exactly where this was a situation for rightful termination. She sent them an email, requesting a termination and a refund. In 12 hours the situation was resolved. We are so thankful to be out of a bad situation! Sarah Illg is the best in business and she is definitely the attorney you want on your side.
— Caitlin Coletti
Family law is a complicated and often emotionally charged area of the law that can include a broad range of legal issues revolving around the family, including Divorce, Adoption, Child Custody, Guardianship, Child Support Modifications, Legitimation, DFACS Removals, and Contempt Actions.
DUI charges can result in jail time, loss of license, and even the loss of a career. In fact, you may only have 10 days after an arrest to save your license. A charge of DUI can be based off alcohol, illegal drugs, or even Rx drugs.
Read more about DUI here or contact Ellijay Attorney Josh Teague to discuss your case today.
Personal Injury refers to a range of cases including car wrecks, truck wrecks, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and premises liability. Each type of case is subject to a strict statute of limitations which limit how long you have to file a claim. Read more about personal Injury here or contact Ellijay Attorney Josh Teague to discuss your case today.
Criminal defendants can be charged with either misdemeanor or felony crimes, including arson, possession of drugs, drug trafficking, sex crimes, theft, burglary, or motor vehicle offenses. A conviction can result in the loss of freedom, drivers' license, professional careers, reputation, and even fines. Read more about Criminal Defense here or contact Ellijay Attorney Josh Teague to discuss your case today.