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Kurtis C. Bronston

Kurtis attended Savannah Law School in Savannah, Georgia. While in law school he interned with the Chatham County District Attorney’s Office and the 3d Infantry Division Judge Advocates General Corps. Following graduation, Kurtis began his legal career with the District Attorney’s Office where he was assigned to a caseload consisting of over 1500 cases comprised primarily of DUI’s and Domestic Violence cases. He was then promoted to a Superior Court Position handling an array of felonies.

Kurtis completed his time as a Special Drug Prosecutor assigned to the Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team. He assisted with complex investigations and prosecutions of Drug Trafficking Organizations, which involved coordination with federal law enforcement agencies and prosecutors from all over the country.

During his time with the D.A.’s office, Kurtis provided no-cost legal assistance and guidance to several small business owners, as well as soldiers in the Georgia Army National Guard. He assisted in a number of areas including corporate formation, contract formation and disputes, construction law, last will, and testament drafting, estate planning, and gun trusts.

Kurtis has a passion for the law and a passion for helping others, a passion that he brings to every client that he serves.

Kurtis is admitted to practice in the State of Georgia and before the following courts:

The Supreme Court of Georgia

  • The Court of Appeals of Georgia
  • The United States District Court for The Southern District of Georgia

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Military Service

Kurtis C. Bronston was raised in North Georgia. Following the completion of his undergraduate degree, Kurtis joined his father’s company as a residential construction project manager. Kurtis later enlisted in the Army and graduated from the prestigious United States Army Officer Candidate School. He became a Field Artillery Officer, working his way to the rank of Captain and served as a Battery Commander. After over 9 years of service as a combat arms officer Kurtis transitioned to the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Kurtis continues to serve as a Judge Advocate General in the Georgia Army National Guard.

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