Alan Tucker has lived and worked in the Brunswick, GA, judicial circuit area for most of his life. He graduated from Glynn Academy High School in Brunswick in 1974 and obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK, in 1978.
In 1981, he obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia School of Law. Immediately thereafter, he began his employment with the University of Georgia as a staff attorney at the notorious Georgia State Prison in Reidsville, GA.
In 1982, he opened his own law practice in Brunswick. His diverse practice scope includes criminal defense, personal injury, workers' compensation, business law, and real estate law.
Alan Tucker has experience as a professor for the College of Coastal Georgia paralegal course. He also has been a lecturer to students of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick. Alan Tucker has participated in the Georgia High School Mock Trial Court Competition as a "judge."
Alan Tucker currently lives year-round on St. Simons Island with his wife, Heather, and stepchildren, Reny and Hunter. He enjoys hunting, fishing, scuba diving, surfing, and snow skiing. Alan Tucker is also a licensed U.S. Coast Guard Captain. Alan Tucker and his family attend St. Simon's Community Church.
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Born in Brunswick and raised in nearby Wayne County, Adrienne Browning is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Florida Coastal School of Law, and in 2019 she joined attorney Alan Tucker to form Tucker and Browning Law PC.
Prior to this, she worked as a prosecutor in the Glynn County District Attorney’s office, where she specialized in crimes against women and children. She has experience in numerous areas of law but specializes in criminal defense. Adrienne appears frequently in Federal Court for the Southern District of Georgia as a lawyer for indigent defendants. Additionally, she is a lawyer for the Police Benevolent Association where she represents police officers for issues arising in the line of duty. This ranges from employment matters to use of force issues. In 2018 she argued in front of the Georgia Court of Appeals for 6 local Brunswick police officers.
After college, Adrienne worked at the Georgia State Capitol for two legislative sessions as an aid to four Georgia State Senators. During her time at the Florida Coastal School of Law, she was recognized and awarded for superior trial skills and ultimately graduated with honors. She continues her ongoing education by regularly attending trial trainings across the country, making sure she is equipped with the latest information and techniques to ensure victory for her clients. She has given lectures and presentations at Police Departments on various subjects such as courtroom testimony.
Outside the courtroom Adrienne enjoys pursuing her passion for fitness by participating in competitive running and cross fit. She is also a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. She enjoys challenging herself and is currently learning Spanish in order to better serve her clients. In her spare time she enjoys traveling with her boyfriend and spending time with her cats, Curtis and Nova.