The Office of the Solicitor General in Bryan County, Georgia is an elected position set by four-year terms. This office prosecutes criminal misdemeanors, traffic violations, and violations of county ordinance in State Court. Examples of these offenses include: simple battery and family violence battery; simple assault; shoplifting; criminal trespass; driving under the influence; speeding; and other traffic related violations. The Solicitor General may negotiate pleas and invite eligible cases into the Pretrial Diversion Program and Family Violence Court Program, in lieu of a criminal conviction.

Don Montgomery is Bryan County’s Solicitor General and is currently serving his second term. Mr. Montgomery’s experience and background enables him to view cases from a unique perspective. Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Montgomery began his law enforcement career as a police officer. During his time at the police academy, he was awarded the marksmanship award and graduated second in his class. During his career as a police officer, Mr. Montgomery was awarded the Veterans of Foreign Wars Police Officer of the Year Award. While serving as a police officer, he worked to further his career by attending law school. After retiring from the police force, he began his position as a state prosecutor. Serving in the Office of Bryan County Solicitor General, Mr. Montgomery has made a positive impact on the community by implementing the Pretrial Diversion Program and co-founding the Bryan County Family Violence Court Program with Judge Billy Tomlinson.

Don Montgomery

Bryan County State Court Solicitor General
912-653-5258
dmontgomery@bryan-county.org


Tara Floyd

Administrative Assistant to Bryan County State Court Solicitor General
912-653-5258
tarafloyd@bryan-county.org

Kailey Statham

Administrative Assistant to Bryan County State Court Solicitor General

912-653-5258

kstatham@bryan-county.org